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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Center of the Galaxie, Oct 20, 2020.

  1. BJR
    Joined: Mar 11, 2005
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    Hope the 6 inches we got yesterday melts so I can put away the garden hose and lawn sprinkler. Can't even find it now.
     
  2. Ned Ludd
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    70°F and sunny here in the Southern Hemisphere. Summer is agreeably late this year. My wife and I are winter people, so as far as we're concerned it can just skip through to autumn again.
     
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  3. hemihotrod66
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    That's why I left Ohio for Las Vegas Nevada...
     
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  4. RMONTY
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    It's been 4 weeks since we have had any measurable precipitation in North Texas. However, we still have a surplus of rain from earlier in the year. It's really not necessary this time of year with Fall in full force, but the problem is when it sets into raining, it will rain for weeks on end. Been here 60 years and have seen the whole month of November with barely a full day of sunshine some years. That concludes this weather report......
     
  5. reagen
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    To soon for that !!!!
     
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  6. scrap metal 48
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  7. knucklenutz
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    Damn ! Being a Duck Hunter , I have to believe that your Prairie ducks are headed our way. Snow here in central Wisconsin last night. Warm up and oil change for Canned Heat today ..... then to rest til April .
     
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  8. ramblin dan
    Joined: Apr 16, 2018
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    That blows. Southern Ontario it's still low 60s but rainy and windy. But we all know snow is eventually coming. That picture reminded me of when I took my kids out for holloween back in the early nineties during a snow storm.
     
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  9. 49ratfink
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    from California

    looks cold. I would advise moving to where the smart people live.
     
  10. Deuces
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    from Michigan

    It costs too much!....:rolleyes:
     
  11. ramblin dan
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    I tried that but I couldn't get my snow removal company off the ground in SoCal so I came back.
     
  12. goldmountain
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    Think positive. At least it came later than last year.
     
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  13. RMONTY
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    I agree with you that Texas is a really good place to move to!
     
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  14. bill gruendeman
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    We both have flakes but at least are flakes melt, well sooner or later, lol
     
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  15. Time to get out the big wooden blocks and shoot some stabil in the tank...winter is a coming for sure...

    MikeC
     
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  16. ken bogren
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    I think we should move this to the event cancellation thread and cancel winter!
     
  17. I'd be plenty OK with that idea !! :)
     
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  18. goldmountain
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    First snowfall last year. This is a picture of my Austin IMG_1339.JPG
     
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  19. 51pontiac
    Joined: Jun 12, 2009
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    from Alberta

    Last year late Sept AF63A033-684A-4991-BB5F-D1727126F4F6.jpeg
     
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  20. RatPwrd
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    Weve had the hottest summer on record in Phx. 145 days over 100*, 53 days over 110*, 14 days above 115*
    and records for high minimums all summer
    HELL NO dont cancel winter!!
     
  21. jockeyshift41
    Joined: Mar 23, 2020
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    from Florida

    Left NY three years ago and not missing this one bit. Loving Florida. IMG_0027.JPG


    Sent from my iPhone using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  22. Mr48chev
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    Well that is a reminder that I need to get the snow blower going. That 350 ft driveway doesn't shovel it's self but I did retire two years ago and don't have to get out and shovel it to get out to go to work.
    [​IMG]
     
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  23. I was negligent in my last post in this thread. I posted some pictures that weren't in keeping with the theme of this forum. My bad.

    The gist of my post was that after almost 2 weeks of poor weather 95% of our snow was gone (only traces of snow in some ditches) A group of us took the day and cruised to a spot where we could enjoy each others company and conversation, enjoy a couple of cold beverages and a great 65* afternoon. For our part of the world, to be lucky enough to get out in November is fairly rare. A lot of us have already put our rides away for the season so there were only 4 cars in attendance.
     
  24. I had almost talked the missus into moving south for a warmer climate many years ago. Then along came the first grandchild and we're not moving anywhere.

    I'm left with the old guy privilege of simply bitching about the weather.
     
  25. Blue One
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    That would most definitely not be California.
    Smart people are leaving there in droves.
     
  26. 49ratfink
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    from California

    California would be great without all these people.
     

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