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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-12-2020, 05:03 PM
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I have a buddy over in Kansas who emailed me pics like that this morning. We had a bit of snow and ice again last night.
But it melted off by noon. My cousin Jackie who lives up in Alto said they got about four inches.
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A little dusting on the evergreens makes for a pretty scene. We've got way too much "pretty" up here - I'm ready for it to start melting!
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WE had a healthy snow fall down by my house last Sunday which turned what had been a nasty dirty landscape, especially along roads into a beautiful white.
Two months of winter yet and I have no problem with that except it amazing how quickly one gets out of shape if not blowing/shoveling snow at least once a week.
We need a good four to twelve inch snowfall where I am now, they missed last Sunday's snowfall and it looks dirty outside.
Supposed to be below zero all day tomorrow, I hope so, builds spirit and puts hurt on those who come up here just for welfare.

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Makes me long for the days I would be out in winter hunting the wascally wabbit.
Used to get back to grandma's house with soaking wet and frozen pants.
Then I would take them off and pull the hawthorn/locust thorns out of my legs.

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Used to get back to grandma's house with soaking wet and frozen pants.
When I was growing up we had a floor furnace with a portable drying rack to dry out are wet clothes. Worked great.
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WE had a healthy snow fall down by my house last Sunday which turned what had been a nasty dirty landscape, especially along roads into a beautiful white.
Two months of winter yet and I have no problem with that except it amazing how quickly one gets out of shape if not blowing/shoveling snow at least once a week.
We need a good four to twelve inch snowfall where I am now, they missed last Sunday's snowfall and it looks dirty outside.
Supposed to be below zero all day tomorrow, I hope so, builds spirit and puts hurt on those who come up here just for welfare.
That's a heck of a way to look at it lol.
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Guzzi, didn't you just go for motorcycle ride the other day? Boy, the seasons pass quick by you.

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Guzzi, didn't you just go for motorcycle ride the other day? Boy, the seasons pass quick by you.
Oh yea, the one that hit 76! Weather is rarely boring in KS. Tomorrow morning is suppose to be down to about 10 with 20-30+ with gust winds. Got deliver meals on wheels!
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I had the same thing here in Oklahoma last Wednesday we got 6 inches but by Saturday morning it was all gone It is pretty to look at but sure leaves a muddy mess when it melts..

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