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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Torren61, Jan 17, 2021.
If we don't get snow soon, there will be nothing to melt to fill our lake/reservoir.
If I'm going out in a blaze of rainless worry, I'd prefer this to be my swan song.
It's never winter here, except maybe at night, where it might drop down to 65 instead of 75.
You suck ( )
Nope, just cheap steep property.
But, my backyard is 7 square sections of designated roadless national forest land that includes the highest mountain for about 100 miles or so.
While I'm at it, check out Audley Freed at 1:55. OMG, that sends shivers down my spine I like it so much.
Like last winter, here in sw OH -
we just have a flirt w snow, barely any accumulation and not cold enough to stay over a day or two. spit snow today like some drama queen, but didn't amount to anything!
I absolutely enjoy and love winter. Doesn't even really get cold like it use to
I'm suing that young swedish girl!!
You suck, too ( )
Cold as a well diggers asss here.
My dad was stationed in Minot about 1965. I remember stepping off into a snow drift and just disappearing. My mom dragged me out. Snow would pile against the front of the Air Force-provided two story house and I remember reaching out of the second story window and grabbing a handful of snow.
Oh man. Maybe Mrs. Steerforth and I should talk about Hawaii. I could live like that. And I miss beaches.
Not to hijack the thread ... okay maybe for a moment, but hey, I just noticed the avatars of @sudogeek and @Torren61 are very similar. Coincidence?
Feel ya there. The other day I got a lotta heat from a Romex splice that identified as tepid.
Twin sons of different mothers
can t ski to the mailbox mate ??
just another CA winter of late then ?? yeah, i loved norcal for the decade plus we lived there but the water situation is not good..scary infact... my mates in CA have been telling me how dry it s been... they are riding mtb instead of skiing or boarding... not a good lead up to summer for the fires...
New England winters are tough. I mean, they’re so short, I’m amazed people have the fortitude to hack it through seven months of sweat, pollen, mosquitos, and ticks. Usually though, we’re skiing again by Thanksgiving weekend, so we can get through the holiday season without ever setting foot in a retail establishment. Well, sometimes a ski shop. Or a music store.
I still have some Petunia types and Vinca still looking good
85 today in LA. I'm from Miami; I don't mind warm, but I really miss rain.