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Kevin O.

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Posted: 02/09/13 11:56am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Well i would really like to give the groundhog i swift kick in the rear because we will be digging out of this one here in Connecticut for awhile!! So jealous of you that are able to camp all year long! Don't get me wrong, I love living in the Northeast with the changing of seasons and all but receiving almost 3' of snow in one night is RIDICULOUS!!!!! At least the wife and kids enjoyed themselves while i was slaving away!

View out my front door this morning





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Posted: 02/09/13 12:19pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This morning the drift was so high it covered the car.
We aren't full timers we're anytimers and I love this snow.
It's a lot more fun when you don't have to go to work and you know you can leave anytime. We are leaving next week.





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Looks to me like Punxatawney Phil got it seriously wrong! I put more stock in General Beauregard Lee (Atlanta area groundhog). He predicted 6 more weeks of winter. And looking at the calendar he couldn't possibly be wrong because that's about when spring arrives anyway....

Sure is a beautiful sight from 1200 miles away sitting in 75 degree weather just the same............

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Man, looks like you got plenty and then some. Lots of help from the family on the tube I bet clearing the driveway?


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Posted: 02/09/13 12:35pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Some impressive sand dunes you folks have up there. You must live on the beach. But, where's the sea oats?


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Was born and brought up in Bean Town.
Nice place to visit, but I wouldn't move back for all the tea in China!
Right now in the Florida Keys where we live for the four winter months every year, we have a bright sunny day with the temperature at a balmy 75 degrees

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Up here in Muskoka Ontario , it doesnt matter what the rodents say, we are getting six more weeks of winter. Oh well, will soon be able to pull out the motorhome and get back to touring. happy trails

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Now to be fair, Punxatawney Phil did not say you would not get snow. All he said was it would be an early spring.

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I love looken at those. I showed the kids and they were stoked. I'ts 70 and sunny here. Boring they said. Thanks for sharing!

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I really like living in TX. The snow here comes one day & melts the next. When the kids went to school they would only miss 1 day. But I would like to have the melted snow for our drought.

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