When I was living in Lubbock we had some cold winters. But the air is so dry it is not that bad. I know the same old saying they use for summers in Vegas. "But it's a dry heat" Humidity really makes all the difference. It's cold and humid here. And it sucks.
I can't wait for him to arrive. The bees are in CA. The 9 day gun season is over. The 7 day muzzleloader season is going till Sunday. Bow season ends in Jan. I need snow for chasing 'yotes and I need ice to set my shack on so I can stare at a hole in the ice all day.
I (and all the other MA state employees) were released at noon yesterday due to the impending snowstorm.
Hometown of Norwich, CT got about 4-6 inches, but it was HEAVY shoveling at 0500 today.
Got to work in Worcester, MA; they only got 2 inches here :waiting:, and boy were the weather forcasters getting scathing comments from talk radio! :lpf:
I truly have had the sheets of ole man Winter. I am going south and be a snowbird. Gonna take my bees and fly the coop....
On top of that, I can't even see my hives due to the blessed snow that is on my porch roof.
But first, I have to go slave for the master today.. and tomorrow ....and the next day too. Okay, maybe in two years...... I probably should purchase a home in Fla. -- Can I get hold of any of the stimulus monies and report how many jobs were created.....:s
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