I really hope it isn't true. I moved down here becuase I love the place and also to get away from all the snow. Besides, if we get any ice I will not make it up the hill out here on KY20(at least that is what I will tell them at work).
Well I made it in this morning with out a problem. That big heavy 6.9 over the front end really makes a difference. There is no way I would try the 180 degree turn (we call it the horseshoe) right before Petersburg, in that regaurd I am chicken. I love my Bronco to much to roll it over that hill!!!
We just got our power back at 8:00. Ryan, I live about 2 miles east of Petersburg and the horseshoe, just down from Woolper were it meets 20. So the lesser of two evils is to go up the hill to I275. But Frankinstine, she seems not to mind the snow or hills.
I live near Chicago and have property in Kuttawa Ky, just east of Paducah (about 35 miles). I'm thinking that Chicago may have milder weather these days. Of course I'm just kidding. Seriously, I hope that everyone is okay and that you get power soon.