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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Can Can, Sep 14, 2006.
Have fun in the ditch focker
That was at 6:00 tonight. There is about 4" on the ground as I speak, with another 4" expected overnight.......
Not to rub it in but it was 80 degrees here today.
I mean, not that I'm trying to rub it in or anything.
Thunderstorm here today gawd it was nice. I love fall...
I spent 3 hours in a particularly muddy hole this morning. It was a blast. Thanks for your concern, fockchop........
Did somebody put laundry soap in the town fountain again . You should be ashamed Can Can.
No problem Brother
Yea, here too!! Very nice.
Send it to Oklahoma. I want to play in the snow on my bike
wow, and to think Sunday you thought you'd have another week or so before the snow started. Sorry dude.
Here also. Of course I am trying to strip 4 layers off a 60 YO roof. so the wind and rain is not appreciated.
My Sympathys Paul, working out in the snow sucks...that being said Ive been in a Dusty damn soybean bin all week...its almost as bad. Except instead of freezing your azz off your sweating it off. Its like 50 here at night and 80 in the days...Sometimes Iowa sucks
Are you far enough North that winter started already???
Winter normally arrives for good sometime in early/mid-October, but we can get snow anytime after the middle of September. Not 8" in 24 hours, though.....
In fact, I've seen snow on the ground in Canmore every month of the year. Of course, in June, July, and August it's gone as fast as it comes. Oh well, that's what you get for choosing to live in the mountains, I guess.
Its pouring rain here right now... Saw some hail earlier on, but no snow yet... They are saying we may get some of that white stuff on Saturday when it is suppost to dip below freezing...
So what do you do to keep warm when all that white stuff is on the ground? From what you're sayin it sounds cold. Do you wear a couple of t-shirts or what?
Here's my "winter wardrobe", which I wear 5 days a week for about 4 moths of the year. There's over 20 pounds of clothes in that pic......
And you're able to move?
I need to be free!!!!!
that sucks, but I usually make about 50 bucks a morning pulling ricers out of the ditches when the white stuff hits
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