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    Senior Member razz's Avatar
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    Chuckle for the snowbound

    After the snow and temps of the past month, you might be in need of a laugh. I have snow blown 4 times and the temps have been so cold. Love my warm house and very grateful that a neighbour corrected a problem with my snowblower which had been properly serviced but still had problems arising.
    Still i will take the snow and cold over the 45-50C temps in Australia

    A chuckle
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkDv...ature=youtu.be
    Gandhi: Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony .

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    LOL! Hope springs eternal!

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    BTDT... many times.
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    That is hilarious!

    Oh you people, all of you up there in snowland! I guess it builds character.

    We arent moving North of highway 80. Ever. BTDT.

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    +1 actually 36 today!! A HEATWAVE!!!!!!

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    Thanks, Razz. That was great! We are certainly enjoying the high thirties this week!

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    I grew up in snowy denver, and after a 4 year college detour in Miami (awesome! The most important thing I learned is that water skiing is even more fun than snow skiing...) spent another 18 years in moderately snowy NYC. Now the only time I see snow and frozen temps is on vacation for specific periods of time. Like Christmas eve this year in St Louis (visiting my in-laws) where a couple inches of snow made it seem appropriately festive. Then on christmas day we came home and I went back to sitting out on our deck reading books during my free time. A couple of days of snow and below freezing temps every winter is just about the right amount. Life is good!

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