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Old 02-09-2012, 08:24 PM   #1
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Spring Is Here!!

Picked up a six-pack of Saint Arnold Spring Bock yesterday. Had my 1st very, very, cold one today after golf. Life is good.
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Old 02-09-2012, 08:35 PM   #2
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You would have have a heck of a drive here if you can hit um straight, frozen ground....little snow over night. Spring???? Not here...Have fun>
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Old 02-09-2012, 10:40 PM   #3
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It's a temporary spring here. We've had five days with highs in the 57-61F range with clear blue skies and sunshine. It turned back to Pacific NorthWet today, but it's still mild (53F).

I might be able to de-winterise and think about an outing before the end of March if this keeps up!
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Old 02-09-2012, 10:46 PM   #4
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I love when Spring arrives here in the Rocky Mountains. July is such a pleasant month.
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:41 AM   #5
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You would have have a heck of a drive here if you can hit um straight, frozen ground....little snow over night. Spring???? Not here...Have fun>
We had Fall weather until Dec. 25 when it changed to Spring Weather. Today it will hit 80 deg. with vivid blue skies and no (few) clouds. You need a few to get depth perception so airliners don't go straight up and get lost.

You know Arizona is the state where the birds fly backwards, not because they don't trust each other, rather it is to keep the sun out of their eyes.
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Spring must be here in Alberta! We were in the grocery store the other day and they have a display of garden seeds!
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Spring must be here in Alberta! We were in the grocery store the other day and they have a display of garden seeds!
But, have they started sprouting yet?
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We had Fall weather until Dec. 25 when it changed to Spring Weather. Today it will hit 80 deg. with vivid blue skies and no (few) clouds. You need a few to get depth perception so airliners don't go straight up and get lost.

You know Arizona is the state where the birds fly backwards, not because they don't trust each other, rather it is to keep the sun out of their eyes.
I guess winter's not over yet. It only got to 69 this afternoon. We'll just bundle up and wait until it warms up next week (supposed to be in the upper 70's for Thurs. golf) or maybe we should just hook up and head your way
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Spring is here in S/E PA the local Dairy Queen is selling Valentine gifts, and had the Open for Season sign out.
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+11 D F here today and 2.5" of snow overnight. It was a good thing I took the coach out yesterday to run the engine and genny as today it would not be desireable to do so.
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Not quite spring here. But the temps will be up near freezing this week. We still have some snow left on the ground (about 2").
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Care to share one of those Bocks????? Enjoy your golf and the great weather. Little cold here in FL but supposed to warm up nice the next few days.
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You know when spring arrives...the BLOOMING IDIOTS arrive. Any day now.

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