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Old 04-12-2007, 01:31 PM   #15
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Actually,its very nice up North where i am.All the snow in my yard is gone,so things are looking up.
I just had to say that
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Old 04-12-2007, 04:54 PM   #16
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The poor UHaul is covered with streaks made with melted snow and sappy stuff from the maple. Kind of mixed messages.

But they are predicting sun and 50 degrees tomorrow. So a good day to take Formula 409 to the inside of Li'l Jenny (Burro) and Howie (UHaul). I just bought curtains for Howie too, so think I will hang them tomorrow.

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Old 04-12-2007, 07:09 PM   #17
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Actually,its very nice up North where i am.All the snow in my yard is gone,so things are looking up.
I just had to say that

We were doing yard work end of February -- (brag, brag Northern brag) then it snowed end of March and closed all the roads. Power was out. Friends had gas fireplaces or stoves but we had the Boler -- anyone for hot soup for breakfast?

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Old 04-12-2007, 08:15 PM   #18
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We were doing yard work end of February -- (brag, brag Northern brag) then it snowed end of March and closed all the roads. Power was out. Friends had gas fireplaces or stoves but we had the Boler -- anyone for hot soup for breakfast?

I never thought of that up side of having the trailer. We went through a number of days without power this year due to high winds and trees falling. No gas stove or gas fireplace in the house. Was cooking off my camp stove in the cold out on the deck..... old wood burning fireplace did not do well at warming up the house either. Now I know were I will be going to sleep next winter should it happen again! :-)

Here in North Vancouver on March 31st it was very warm and we were out in our shorts working in the garden. The next day it snowed.... go figure.

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Old 04-13-2007, 05:41 AM   #19
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Gonna make this short as I need to get out and start again, removeing the 9 inches of snow that came yesterday.
I have had enough with the lose of power with late snows being so heavy, I went and got a generator yesterday and almost made it home before the storm nit and it took me 2 hours to travel the 40 miles back home from Portland ME.
I should have known something was wrong when I seen 2 flocks of Canadian Geese flying south a few weeks ago .
Another big Nor'Easter due on Sunday and Monday.
Hey Nor'Easter is the name of my Canoe bussiness, Wonder Why
Gerry the canoebuilder
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