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Thread: Snow on its way

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    hey the snow can skip me and go directly over to you. it's raining nicely right now!! I don't feel like shoveling snow!

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    Enjoy your snow day quilting. Stay warm.

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    Instead of snow we have a hurricane skirting the state!
    "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by susiequilt View Post
    Instead of snow we have a hurricane skirting the state!
    Yeah but you aren't going to get it nearly as bad as the northeast. They're talking "Storm of the Century" status if things come together just right.

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    It's not quite 9 PM here and 77 degrees. Tonight's low is expected to be 66. High tomorrow is expected to be 84.
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    It is 70 degrees right now, but temperatures are dropping 30 degrees here tomorrow, but no snow luckily. I would love to be able to sew all day long tomorrow, though.
    Kathleen

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    Sounds like a good plan!!! It is 10:30 here and we have about 2" on the grass right now. I heard on the news you are getting it down your way too. I am putting the crock pot on in the morning, finishing my homework for tax class, and then hopefully a nice quiet day of quilting!

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    You guys are way too lucky having snow.. I really could use a major one..
    I guess you can tell I love it..

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    We'll be heading to Aurora CO for Christmas with our DS and 2 DGDs. Hope there is lots of snow. We both love snow DH having been raised in upstate NY and me having spent a good part of my youth in Alaska. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk View Post
    We had a dusting the past few days. Less than an inch of that stuff. I love when it snows, I can stand outside (briefly) and is so peaceful you can almost hear the snowflakes landing.

    Our house is ready...
    the hoses are put up
    the dog's water buckets are plugged in
    the dog's heater (those ones that look like the old radiator heaters but filled with oil)
    the trucks have antifreeze and de-icer in the windshield washer container
    And the survival packs are stowed away in the trucks.
    propane bottles and heaters are in the garage along with a propane stove.
    and most important a small generator is on standby
    HOLY COW! I live in Michigan and it is still 75 degrees out there today. I still have lawn furniture sitting outside and a TON of plants on the porch., hoses on the ground (disconnected though). Survival Packs??? Guess I know what I am doing on my day off.
    Didn't think that the Pacific Northwest gets weather that you had to prepare for...thought it was pretty temperate---unless you are in Canada.
    You are making me feel guilty!

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