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Old Jan 14, 2007, 2:18 PM   #1
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aghu you seem to enjoy snow photos so I thought you might like this one.

This is what I woke up to this morning. When I parked the camera wagon last night there was very little if any snow on it.




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Old Jan 14, 2007, 8:12 PM   #2
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I already envied you. Now you make me envy more! Really cool - should I say cold - picture. Thanks a lot, Roger.
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Old Jan 14, 2007, 8:26 PM   #3
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I already envied you. Now you make me envy more! Really cool - should I say cold - picture. Thanks a lot, Roger.
I figured you might enjoy our last snow. It was a pretty good one.

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That is some dramatic picture Roger. It is cold here today, only 26C or about 79F, not normal for January

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Yep, Roger. It is not hard for me see why you need a 4-wd camera wagon. Actually, I love looking at the snow, and can enjoy it for a very short enjoyment time. But on a daily basis in winter, it can readily cease to be fun.

P.S. A very nice photo. Thanks for sharing your world with us who see snow here only occasionally, and it rarely sticks long enought to make a good snowball.
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Old Jan 14, 2007, 9:41 PM   #6
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That is some dramatic picture Roger. It is cold here today, only 26C or about 79F, not normal for January

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Good evening Mr. Fred. Thanks for looking and for commenting. 79 degress and that is cold. I need to scratch my head on that. Tomorrow its suppose to be minus 8 here at my place so that means down around the lakes it will be around minus 12.

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Yep, Roger. It is not hard for me see why you need a 4-wd camera wagon. Actually, I love looking at the snow, and can enjoy it for a very short enjoyment time. But on a daily basis in winter, it can readily cease to be fun.

P.S. A very nice photo. Thanks for sharing your world with us who see snow here only occasionally, and it rarely sticks long enought to make a good snowball.
Hi Jerry, if you really want some snow to make a snowball, come on out and I have some extra you can have to take back. I feel real generous so you can take back enough for a snowman as well as a snowball.

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Thanks, but NO THANKS.
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Old Jan 14, 2007, 9:51 PM   #9
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Thanks, but NO THANKS.
Pretty good thinking on my part. I acted real generous so I would look good. I figured the odds that you would say OK about 993 to 1.5 against you saying ok..

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My joints would not move after two minutes in that weather Roger.
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