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Love the Snow pictures would love to experience it one day 

Enjoyed a nice hot day in the water yesterday perfect for blackwater result 1930s Pottery Ginger Beer Its been a while between bottles so well pleased with myself B)

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                                             Life is not always a picnic here in the woods.

                                         Well over 2 feet of snow from the Blizzard of 2017...

                                                            And still snowing!

 

 

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oh my goodness!

 

THAT's what I was hoping for when I moved up here.  

 

I'll keep dreaming!

 

 

 

.... and maybe get a generator in anticipation ......

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Gray, gray, wet, icy, gray, GRAY, dirty snow. Mud. Still, temps are puncturing 45 highs so spring is somewhere nearby.

And to think we're considering moving to TX for a complete opposite experience!

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Do you have a fireplace?

 

That's my fantasy ... be snowed in by feet and feet of snow and of course have plenty of firewood and yummies to roast on the fire.  

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We don't use the fireplace much. I even cut down my own trees and wood this year. It is very cozy, though. I think I would prefer a wood stove more centrally located.

I actually prefer going to the fire pit down by the river and doing a big blaze there. Then you really appreciate it with the cold on your back, the bats silently skimming the water, fish jumping, and the occasional dark shape stepping through the woods or swimming on the water.

 

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Spring has sprung.

 

50 degrees (F) ... snowbanks are almost all gone.

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Hot.

 

 

OMG ... I just looked up the temp and it says it's only in the 70's.  What am I going to do in a month when it hits the 90's.  

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81 yesterday 95 today and may get to a hundred Fri and Sat. for the first time since I moved to this area almost 30 years ago.  It was 105 30 miles away at a job site today/  Only 85 now at 7:46

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Well, it's better today.

We have watched hurricane, tropical storm and now tropical depression Harvey dance around aimlessly for a week. It finally has gone north of us so I see a little sun peaking out from the scattered clouds. This has been a miserable, wet and stormy week.

Mike

 

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It's cold here.  Feels like October.  I love the cold in fall and winter but I don't want it yet.  I'm still nurturing my summer garden.  But I'm  counting my blessings.  

I hadn't been watching the news enough.  I just found out that my friend in Baton Rouge has had 30 days of rain, and the Harvey rains on top of that are more than they can take . 

I only noticed that Harvey had headed to "West Louisiana"  and so I thought she was in the clear.  Didn't know how bad it was already.  

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Had frost warnings last night and last week. 3 weeks ago birds from north of here were heading south. some maples turning red

                                                                                                                                                        John

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Just say a prayer that this monster Irma doesn't wipe out the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, and then take on Florida - 185 mph sustained winds with 220 mph gusts? This is a huge, very strong tornado - with torrential rains, 15' storm surges and 25' waves. It is the strongest storm ever in the Atlantic. The satellite imagery looks like something you see on Jupiter, not Earth. First Harvey, now this. What climate change? OMG.

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Oh yes, I am praying....

My son lives in Florida so I have been watching this one with great interest. I hate to even think what could possibly happen to the people in the Caribbean islands..... These hurricanes have no conscience. This could be BAD.

 

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Four islands just took direct hits - Barbuda, St. Bart's, St. Maarten, and Anguilla - with 185 mph winds. This will not be good. So much pain - the West and Northwest have been baking, over 100 in places like San Francisco and Portland. That just doesn't happen. And now two major hurricanes, unprecedented flooding in Texas and Louisiana, with Jose possibly warming up, too. 

I hope that your son stays safe, Mikie. The latest models show Irma heading right at FLA. Is he east/west/central? 

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Prayers and best wishes to all of you from Germany. Todays radio announcement estimates a full hit of Irma to the city of Miami tomorrow.  First Harvey flooding Texas and Louisianna and now this Irma monster.

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