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    It's snowing here.

    Pretty good amount coming down. I don't think winter is going to end this year. Lol
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    BURRRRRRRRRRR! That is way to cold for me. I have been wearing shorts, t-shirt, and flip flops for months. burrrrrrrrrrr!

    Stay inside and stay warm.

    Enjoy your snow..................

    We have been getting the pool and yard ready for summer.
    It takes about a month to get it ready, but it is worth it to us.
    Cutting back the bamboo and banana trees, etc.

    ( Pictures from last summer.)

    It will be ready around the middle of April to enjoy.
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    Tuesday is when thats supposed to get here Scott..... but it will peter out to just a couple inches by then.. or so they say.

    we'll see. got more trees to cut down today from the wind storm last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Planning View Post
    BURRRRRRRRRRR! That is way to cold for me. I have been wearing shorts, t-shirt, and flip flops for months. burrrrrrrrrrr!

    Stay inside and stay warm.

    Enjoy your snow..................

    We have been getting the pool and yard ready for summer.
    It takes about a month to get it ready, but it is worth it to us.
    Cutting back the bamboo and banana trees, etc.

    ( Pictures from last summer.)

    It will be ready around the middle of April to enjoy.
    ron
    Yup, I'm tired of the cold. I lived in El Paso for 4 years before I came back here, my wife is a born and raised Texan. She did not and still does not enjoy winters here. Lol

    Nice backyard!


    Quote Originally Posted by sdk1968 View Post
    Tuesday is when thats supposed to get here Scott..... but it will peter out to just a couple inches by then.. or so they say.

    we'll see. got more trees to cut down today from the wind storm last week.
    1-3 inches here today. Supposed to stop about noon. Shooting weather this weekend though.
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    1-3 Inches here Monday afternoon maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Planning View Post
    BURRRRRRRRRRR! That is way to cold for me. I have been wearing shorts, t-shirt, and flip flops for months. burrrrrrrrrrr!

    Stay inside and stay warm.

    Enjoy your snow..................

    We have been getting the pool and yard ready for summer.
    It takes about a month to get it ready, but it is worth it to us.
    Cutting back the bamboo and banana trees, etc.

    ( Pictures from last summer.)

    It will be ready around the middle of April to enjoy.
    ron
    My fence was covered by bamboo all the way around some as high as 30 feet.Summer before last I cut it all head high and hauled about 40 pickup loads to the landfill.Because of land clearing and construction around us rats and snakes have moved in but now Mother Nature has stepped up to take care of the problem.Hawks during the daytime and owls at night 24/7 and doing a good job.

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    scottz63 no snow here for now
    We had clear sunny skies some wind and temps in mid 40's. So I went up river near Harper's Ferry W,VA
    With the recent rains you could get past the rocks and make it past where larger motor boats stop.
    With temps and wind the Yahoos in their Kayaks were home watching facebook on their cellular telephone machines.
    Me.. I found an island made lunch and took a nap in sun
    Free of noise from cars or telephones. Just water running over rocks and all sorts of birds calling

    Getting there
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    Suitable spot skinny island nobody around
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    Setting up Old Fashion shore lunch
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    1966 Stove ready and cooking
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    Add the secret ingredient (Fake butter)
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    Mmmm
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    Now take a nap in the sun
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    Go home with the current
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    This winter has been too cold to snow much here. Now with spring coming and warming up we've gotten a foot of snow lately.

    I'm always in awe of your canoe trips Norton.
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    Norton, awesome canoe trip and a pretty good looking lunch as well!
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    Norton, love those pictures from your river trips - you do it like the old days - cool!
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