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Old Jan 17, 2012, 11:44 AM   #1
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Old Jan 17, 2012, 11:52 AM   #2
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We just had a tornado pass through the area! Lots of minor damage in the immediate vicinity. No snow, though. And, I like it like that. heheheh
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Old Jan 17, 2012, 1:27 PM   #3
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Nice shots. I love watching deer when it snows.
Needs to hold off for 2 more weeks so I can get most of my stuff moved. I think someone up above is helping me a little this year. Moving in January in New York shows I'm not the brightest bulb in the box : )
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We just had a tornado pass through the area! Lots of minor damage in the immediate vicinity. No snow, though. And, I like it like that. heheheh
That doesn't sound like fun Gary. I'll stick with light snow but it got a little heavy here and is at about 7-8 inched now.

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Needs to hold off for 2 more weeks so I can get most of my stuff moved. I think someone up above is helping me a little this year. Moving in January in New York shows I'm not the brightest bulb in the box : )
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Groups of deer are taking turns at coming in for a snack. Hope your snow stay away.
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Nice pictures, only I rather like to see snow and ice then have it around me.
This year we didn't have snow or ice so far and at this moment we have the lowest temperature so far and that is -1C at night and +5C at day.
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Gary: Glad you are all right. that sounds scary!

Ken: Pretty to look at and some nice shots there, especially of the house and deer. Hope it doesn't down any power lines and the heat stays on.
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Gary: Glad you are all right. that sounds scary!

Ken: Pretty to look at and some nice shots there, especially of the house and deer. Hope it doesn't down any power lines and the heat stays on.
Thanks guys.

We hada a couple of brownouts when the wind followed the snow. Everything has settled down for now, prolly get icy overnight. I have to go into town in the am, that could be fun. I kinda like driving in ice and snow, We lived at 7,000 ft for a few years, It's Washington drivers that I don't like 1/4" of snow and the freeways stop.
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Looks like you're going to get more today. Be well - being nice and warm in a house while it's snowing outside is fun as long as you have power/heat.

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Nice Pictures Ken
I , like others like shooting pictures in the snow.
But I am going to wait untill the Calgary Cold Snap quits.
- 32 C this morning - 25 F
Its supposed to get HOT here on Saturday . High -5 C

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