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Old 12-03-2011, 09:46 AM   #15
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Snow? That's not snow.

This is snow:


We see that view often in january and febuary, --we watch the weather channel on tv in some watering holes in the KEYS
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Old 12-03-2011, 12:54 PM   #16
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Bluck, that is a beautiful pic. Too bad we weren't just a little closer. We have had 10-12" of snow in Central NC in the past. I'm good with a day or two, then I want it all gone and back to at least 60 degrees. I think too many years of -30 degrees and wind chill lower than that and feet of snow in Upstate NY has changed my outlook on winter. Florida here we come.....
Thats pretty much how it is here, by the afternoon that pic. was taken it was in the fifty's. It's the nights that get you it can drop to the double digets after the sun goes down real fast.
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Old 12-03-2011, 02:46 PM   #17
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Not bad, not bad at all.

Some have questioned my sanity at moving away from Mesa, Arizona back to my homeland here in Okie land.

I'm looking forward to seeing something white out there for a change. 20 years of 110-115 degree day time temps is enough. Got my time in with the fire department in Phoenix and checked out.

Just hope it don't get bad enough here for me to need a snowblower.
I have had enough snow and cold to last me a lifetime although 115 is a bit extreme for me too.
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I have had enough snow and cold to last me a lifetime although 115 is a bit extreme for me too.
Me too, the good thing about snow camping in the mountains is that when you get tired of it you just drive away and 5 minutes later you are out of it back to dry warm land!
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I have had enough snow and cold to last me a lifetime although 115 is a bit extreme for me too.

Love looking at pictures of snow but I have to agree with you-I have seen enough growing up that I don't want to experience it first hand anymore.

Beautiful pictures though. Thanks for posting them.
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