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Neither do I. It’s more interesting with the photos and definitely more interesting than mondo and blade runner.IWish wrote:^ Ha! I don't mind...I like to see photos of other locations.
Gotta know how to dress and no shrinkages!Codeblue wrote:Bubbies Refreshing Shrinkage Strolls Thread.
But it’s going to warm up to -6C by the evening and hit about 0C tomorrow, so you will all be bored since I will have nothing to post in this thread.
16 F today, windchill's pretty vicious though; supposedly going to get up to 31 F tomorrow. Then a blizzard and down to -8 F later in the week.
RambosRemodeler wrote:.........You're entitled to your opinion but it's wrong.
Kramerica wrote: . . . . . Also, never listen to anything rambo says.
My boss decided to take his whole family (a bunch of south Louisiana people) on vacation to Chicago in early February. I think he's in for a rude awakeningMapman wrote:when I left for work it was -11, yea, -11... I hate Chicago during the winter!
As we approach -50, Hell freezes over while back in the Minnesota school is running 2 hours late. I love that fudge
> THC X 9 <Jim Carr wrote:The fans are standing up to them! The security guards are standing up to them! The peanut vendors are standing up to them!
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/201 ... 009906001/In New Hampshire, the summit of the White Mountains registered minus 36 Saturday morning, with a wind chill of minus 94 tying for the second coldest place in the world.
I'm not complaining by any means, it's just so weird to see that the bees, here, are still active/busy collecting their nectar this time of year. Today 75F...tomorrow 80F. Our low temps have been in the 50's. Word is that even the rattle snakes are coming out of Winter hibernation...very odd.