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Old 01-11-2011, 03:12 PM  
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It's cold here, no snow though.



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BRRRRRRRRRRRRR, well, it's been a good few weeks for snow here in Cranberry junction, plenty of snow.
Right now we have 25 inches of snow on the ground with 1 inch of ice in between. Plenty of ice damming jobs to shovel off and another Noreaster in the making, right after a small 4-5 inch squall blows through...and oh yea, the temperature right now out at the bus stop was negative... - 16 degrees.
Thank the weather gods there is no wind....yet.

Time to move someplace warmer, NEVER!! I'm goin North.



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BRRRRRRRRRRRRR, well, it's been a good few weeks for snow here in Cranberry junction, plenty of snow.
Right now we have 25 inches of snow on the ground with 1 inch of ice in between. Plenty of ice damming jobs to shovel off and another Noreaster in the making, right after a small 4-5 inch squall blows through...and oh yea, the temperature right now out at the bus stop was negative... - 16 degrees.
Thank the weather gods there is no wind....yet.

Time to move someplace warmer, NEVER!! I'm goin North.
Soooo....bet it's kinda hard to keep the hot tub up to temp. eh?
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The tub doesn't care..just more on the electrical bill bothers me.

Oh, and who's goin out there anyway??

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cute picture ! We all feel like that about now!

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So, whats wrong with a hot tub in the snow?

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The mad dash to get to the tub in 3 feet of snow uphill, backwards and barefoot both ways...?

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The mad dash to get to the tub in 3 feet of snow uphill, backwards and barefoot both ways...?
Nothing, provided you have shoes.
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Did ya get any snow in San Marcus in the last week, TXBuilder? We did in San Antonio! Well, enough for the city to shut down for a snow day which doesn't take much.

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We did, and we were shut down as well, but it was only for a few hours.



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