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Thread: Look at our roads! 2-26-11

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    I'm in Cut Bank...north central area. And I'm not going anywhere! It is WINDY and blizzarding!


    http://www.mdt.mt.gov/travinfo/map/mtmap_frame.html

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    Time to quilt!

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    Stay warm and dry and safe. I think rgbear has the right idea.

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    Sit tight - spring will come - here in New England we are going to get 3-4 inches of new snow. It just won't give up. My husband shoveled snow off garden area and dug up some parsnips - ground not frozen so when snow completely melts - Instant Spring!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    Stay warm and dry and safe. I think rgbear has the right idea.
    So do I :D

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    A very good time to quilt and read.

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    I noticed the roads are closed, so I wonder about emergency transportation. What do they do about that?

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    I don't know! I think they put chains on or something.

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    I've only been in eastern and southern Montana in the summer and thought it was wonderful-I think I'll pass on the winters. :)

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    I agree... put a pot of soup/chili on and quilt the time away...some ways lucky, some ways not..

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