I was out shoveling this morning after our latest snowfall and had a photo op, so I thought I'd share it with you folks. It may be frigid outside but it's nice and cozy warm inside our 1887 prairie farm home.
Gotta love winter, I mean, what are the options.
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It builds character, Raine. Or at least that's what I've always been told. Personally, I think the ones telling us that are the ones living in Tahiti chartering the yachts.
Thanks for sharing the photo, it looks like we live in very similar situations, weatherwise at least. By the way, that bungalow in the forefront on the right side of the street looks identical to my neighbor's house down the road.
Heh heh! I'm also wearing a t-shirt and then another one on top of that - this one with a long sleeve, then a sweater and than a jacket. Lou, what are you wearing? I can see this thread go kinky very soon.
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Live in Kentucky and watch the weather act like a yo-yo! A couple of weekends ago it was cold then went up to 60F I flew some RC sailplanes that Sunday) then an overnight low to 4F to hover around 15F a few days then to 72F then back down to 29F and now back up to 45F. Tomorrow it is supposed to be 52F.
Fullofit, now, don't try to fool us - that's the privacy glass in your bathroom, isn't it? I thought it nearly heartless the way MFair horsed around with us of the more frigid climes. Of all y'all Lou wind the photography award - it seems AceMedic88 screened his picture a little too well before posting! (where's that smiley that ducks a flying rock? oh, there he is - - ) Raine makes us all wonder what it would be like to have the big office upstairs... (better duck again, I've heard that story!) Nice place, Lou.
ARUP, we've been up and down that yo-yo with you - it was 60°F a few weeks ago, and withinn a couple of days we hit -10°F, never got anywhere near freezing for a couple of days, then back up to 50°F over the weekend... We've had almost two inches of rain since the beginning of the week, switching with snow... I'm hoping my landslide from last year doesn't slip anymore, and so does the water authority - a 6" diameter, 150 psi water main goes through there!
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Very nice Lou we had that here earlier I used my side by side to push it out of the way. ARUP I know what you mean it has been even worse here in northeast Missouri. The temperature swings have been crazy all winter long. We had ice that just melted the other day. I do not mind the cold and snow, but I hate the ice storms. I can get most anywhere I want in snow, but ice is another matter. My son in law has just gotten home from playing Army down in Texas near Waco he said the base had less than an inch of snow and sent everybody home and shut down. He told the commanding officer that this was not snow but just a dusting. Thanks for sharing gentlemen. John