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    Default Goodbye Autumn!

    Lake Effect snow here today. Geez, and I was wearing shorts last Friday.
    Here's hoping the bees are all snug and well-stocked.
    The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams. -Henry David Thoreau

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    10 more weeks till Spring. Can't wait!!
    "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." Winston Churchill

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    "Goodbye autumn', Hello 'winter',......be nice,..please!

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    Smile Brrrrrr

    I put layers of clothing on today here in western Pennsylvania, it is archery season so I figured the bucks should be chasing does in this cold weather. Even with my insulated coveralls and layers I still got cold-brrrrr. Did get to see a buck and six does so all in all a nice afternoon. No accumulation here but flurries did not go unnoticed.
    "Younz" have a great day, I will.

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    BRRRRR, I'm freezin'...Only 62 here today. Had to put a long sleeve shirt on.

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    62 thats Tshirt weather
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    Quote Originally Posted by iddee View Post
    BRRRRR, I'm freezin'...Only 62 here today. Had to put a long sleeve shirt on.
    Yeah right! And you go out half-naked,....collecting/cutouts,.. swarms! lol.
    Last edited by Oldbee; 11-10-2008 at 05:25 PM.

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    Heck, we had that blasted frozen stuff all over the grass this morning!!! I darn near busted up the kitchen table and put it in the fireplace!!

    I feel your pain iddee! If man was meant to live in the god forsaken cold, we woulda been born with built-in long handles!!
    "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." Winston Churchill

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    It hasn't been too cold yet, but we got one of those sharp winds last Friday that makes it feel like it's about 20F, and I could see the snow on the mountain peaks. I called my wife around 1:00 and said "Pack a bag, sweetheart. Roadtrip."

    We took off before 3:00 and at 9:00 we were checkin' into a nice hotel in Las Cruces that had palm trees out front. It was still cool, so in the morning we headed west to Tucson. (If I had been thinkin' I would have looked up a couple of local beeks....) It was much nicer there. I think it got up to about 80F.

    Drove back home Sunday. I'm learning that I don't have to live in the cold all winter without a break. I can leave here in a blinding snowstorm and temps in the teens and in six or eight hours be in a place that's 60 degrees warmer. (That's if the highway department is doing their job well...) It's amazing what just a single day in the sun and the warmth will do for yer soul in the dead of winter.

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