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Old 12-27-2009, 07:17 PM   #1
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Cool Winter Break Vacationing

What is everybody doing for the Winter Break and Holiday Season?
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Old 12-28-2009, 11:31 PM   #2
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We jumped in the coach, left 20+ inches of snow in Maryland, and came to Myrtle Beach......but alas, its back to work on the 4th. At least the snow is gone...I think.


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Old 12-29-2009, 05:06 PM   #3
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Did a little skiing in the mountains and watched it snow 18 inches. Took a long time to get home with all of the ice in the panhandle of TX. Home by Christmas night and back to work today!!
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Left Minnesota

Left Minnesota after Thanks Giving, staying the winter in Mesa AZ. Will return in April or when the snow melts.
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Left Minnesota after Thanks Giving, staying the winter in Mesa AZ. Will return in April or when the snow melts.
Arizona seems to be a 'hotspot' right now. Must be because it is always warm!
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The 2 worst swear words "work" and "snow". I could mail you some sand from Arizona.
Happy New Year anyway.
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Staying right here in Bouse AZ until April. High 60s right now heading for the 70s pretty soon.
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I'm jealous! It's 0F with sunshine right now. The snow on the ground (almost 3') will be here for many moons. Going to get d**n cold before it gets any warmer.

Hopefully we can escape in March for a month or two to warmer climates.
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