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Thread: I ALMOST wish I was still in Pennsylvania!

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    Senior Member Sharon - NC's Avatar
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    I do not envy those north of here who will be buried under two feet of snow this weekend, but I do love the idea of being snowbound, with a fire crackling in the fireplace, quilting my heart out. I do plan to work on my second quilt this weekend, but I'll be looking at rain, rain, rain (and fog).

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    Where I am in Southern California, I can keep my feet warm and dry, and look at all the snow on the mountains. Best of both worlds.

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    That sounds nice, sometimes. Here we are getting much much needed rain again. It's maybe in the 60's out. If I want to see snow I look up to the mountains as well and if I really wanted to play in it, just an hour or two's drive is all it takes. I'll stay here though!

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    Well I'll trade you for the weekend, we are expecting at least a foot of snow and our house has a fire place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBanaquilts
    Well I'll trade you for the weekend, we are expecting at least a foot of snow and our house has a fire place.
    I am just on the PA/NY border, but I don't think it will come up quite this far. I also love the snow days, don't have the fireplace though.

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    Deb, Do you ever go to Endless Mtn Quiltworks?? I love that place.

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    Here in south central PA, as usual it's too warm. The "snow" started at 2:30 with rain, and what's coming down now is very watery snow. Which means it'll freeze as the temperature gets lower. Nothing I hate more than this "wintry mix." I expect it'll mean a layer of ice under the snow for maximum treacherousness. (Yeah, I know that's not a word. It is now.)

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    We are supposed to get 18" to 24" (depends on which news you watch). I am ready!!!!

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    As of 6:30, it looks like less than an inch out there of snow. It's not snowing now. Probably very slick underneath from the rain earlier.

    I just read online that it's supposed to be the worst storm in modern times. I just hope we don't lose power. Other than that, I'm looking forward to some real snow!

    And, although I don't quilt daily like many of you, I will be doing some quilting this weekend!

    I only wish I'd thought to get tax forms. I could be doing my taxes, too, lol.

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    Lisanne I am south of 80 right in the middle of the state. I am glad we are getting all snow. Even though it is 16 inches of it. I hate ice!!!

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