Mild winter, glad or sad?

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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/17 21:44:59 (permalink)
ScreamingChicken

Doesn't Joerogo own a scooter?

 
Yeah, but no green hats.
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/18 07:39:31 (permalink)
We hit a record temp  yesterday for March-77 degrees- daffodils are in full bloom-waiting for the deep freeze!
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/18 20:21:25 (permalink)
not good when i'm also in the snow removal business.
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/18 20:26:35 (permalink)
Like Al, I also bought a snow blower about 12 years ago when we had a 14 inch snow and I could not get up my steep driveway.  I bought a Honda with a trac  drive, 8HP, blows snow from here to Cuba, power steering and power brakes, AC and hot and cold water.  I have not used it since.
 
81F today, 82F tomorrow and everything blooming.
 
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/18 21:18:04 (permalink)
Snowed here at the beach!
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/18 21:24:30 (permalink)
I-40 and I-17 in Northern AZ closed today.
Up to 30" of snow up there.
Down in the Valley of the Clouds, It rained with some hail- Temp 55 degrees.
No baseball spring training games today!
And the LPGA had a golf tournament here today and it was shut down.
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/18 22:07:50 (permalink)
I uncovered the Egg and cooked burgers over the coals. Life is good when it's nice out.
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/19 21:53:28 (permalink)
It was pretty warm around Pittsburgh in February. I was lucky to be in Finland for almost the entire month. I like the cold and sweat like a pig if it's over 70.
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/19 22:06:57 (permalink)
Mother Nature surely laughs at Mankinds attempts to predict her comings and goings!
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Re:Mild winter, glad or sad? 2012/03/20 01:21:51 (permalink)
gostillerz

It was pretty warm around Pittsburgh in February. I was lucky to be in Finland for almost the entire month. I like the cold and sweat like a pig if it's over 70.

Actually, pigs don't have sweat glands, which would provide for cooling by evaporation.
That's why they wallow in puddles and mud to cool off.
However, you can smell like a pig while sweating like a horse.
For an appropriate simile `sweat like a horse' might be more accurate.
AND it's very difficult to put lipstick on a pig!
By the way, Chickens don't sweat either! 
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