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Old 03-13-2019, 05:04 PM   #11
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Last two days have been a major snow event here in western Colorado.
I am very tired of this. Like John, our barn is snowed shut, this AM I broke the plow the snow is so wet and heavy, all schools in the county are closed, for the first time in my memory here, going back to 1982 when we moved here. I mean we are USED to snow and snow events up here at altitude, this is soooo not right. My snow blower threatened to quit. I showed it the hammer and it started working again.


Thank goodness German Shepherds LIKE snow and cold, they are having a fine ol time and laughing constantly. I am ready for SPRING.


I just want to go use our new TT.


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Old 03-13-2019, 05:39 PM   #12
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Well John as I type this its a balmy 39 in Anchorage but winds are forecast to pick up to 70MPH in the next 48 hours No worries the grill and picnic table on the back porch are still tied down, the trailer wheels are frozen in about 4 inches of ice Cant really get a snow depth but its less than a foot where its not piled up. We only got 55" of snow this winter our normal average is 64 inches.
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Old 03-13-2019, 05:55 PM   #13
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Oak, I understand. Here we are in FL, 80 degrees today, at the lake with puppy, watching the egrets, ospreys, pelicans and so many other things. It's SO hard.....

On the other hand, there is a reason we are here. At our main house in W TX the winds are 45mph gusting to 77.8. Of course the dirt will be blinding. At our mountain home in SE NM the winds are doing the same, trees are down, power lines are down, roads blocked.

Thankfully we are able to be here and watch all that "over there". I spent my whole life living "through" it; now I don't.
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Old 03-15-2019, 07:01 PM   #14
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It will stop snowing here, just got a package today
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