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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Buckocaster51, Jan 17, 2020.
It is snowing hard
it will be fun to see how this one goes
That's a map of California, isn't it?
That big blue patch is the Pacific Ocean.
Probably headed our way.
ps. Like your Blue corn fields..
You call that a hard snow? When I was in Nam...
Yeah well they are getting 2 1/2 feet of snow in Newfoundland
I bet they don't feel special
From WI, but happily out of state at the moment. It’s good to have married someone from the south.
Did San Andreas finally give way, and no one told me? Dang it. Why am I always the last to know?
It hasn't crossed the river by us yet. They did cancel afternoon school though.
Well, I guess I better call me ma.
I'm prepared. I have the essentials. Makers 46, Laphroig quarter cask, and Bushmills black.
Here in Pennsyltucky we are supposed to get a mix of slop tomorrow. Snow, freezing rain, sleet, not much accumulation. I'm ready for spring.
I've got the snowblower all ready to go.
And a new bottle of scotch for afterwards.
I thought it was Florida
Live from Lake Elmo, MN. I recommend Blizzaks.
East central Missouri seems to be turning into a wet, icy slop hole. Don’t think I’ll be driving anywhere tonight.
We got blasted with a rowdy little storm overnight. It’s the thickest, meaning weightiest, stuff I’ve had to shovel all winter. That’s what my back tells me anyway. I’d complain more if I wasn’t a skier. Sun’s out now and melting things down a bit. Most of it has stayed up in the mountains so far and that’s fine with me. Be safe out there and remember to bend at the knees!
Beat me to it. My buddy in Hare Bay got a forecast upgraded to 3 ft last night. Haven't heard how that worked out for him.
EDIT: Almost forgot--120-140 km/hr winds to go with that.
Rained hard here last night, as I looked up at the mountains to the east, I saw that my brother in law who lives at Glennville on the way to Greenhorn Mountain summit probably got a pretty good snow during the night. The snow usually melts off down low, but it's staying on today. Looks like it's down around 2500 feet or so. Great conditions for hunting with hounds, my brother in law quit hunting altogether when his old dog died, but someone gave him a pretty decent dog, and now he's back at it, I'm sure he's out there right now.