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Thread: farmer's almanac winter prediction

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    Quote Originally Posted by janquilts'ncrochets
    I'm not looking forward to below normal temps & above normal snow in Michigan. I have to shovel that snow myself! Oh well, we do what we have to.
    yes but you get light fluffy snow right?? I get wet heavy deep snow. and as my parents plow snow, we're (my brother and I) told if the driveway isn't cleared by the time they get home, we don't get supper. So we're often out shoveling when most kids are realizing they can sleep in. oh, and no snow blower because that's not how my dad did it back in ye olden days when he lived in that house

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    Not all our snow is lite, often is very wet & heavy. Last winter we had lots of heavy and deep snows. I live alone and I'm soon to be 77 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janquilts'ncrochets
    Not all our snow is lite, often is very wet & heavy. Last winter we had lots of heavy and deep snows. I live alone and I'm soon to be 77 years old.
    jan, that's when you buy a snowblower or get the neighborhood kids to shovel for you. My brother and I often get our neighbors as they're in their upper 80s. they want to pay us but we say give it to church instead. We also got this other neighbor's short driveway as she works 3rd shift and lives alone. I don't think she knows who does it but that's okay.

    love your avatar by the way!

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    what a joke..there is no NORMAL any more....

    they are predicting that for the next 5 years we will have colder winters and hotter summers...sigh...

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    colder winters I can handle by making more quilts, hotter summers...I may fly north to Alaska for the summer

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    where do you live thats bad

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    me, I live in eastern pa about in the middle near jersey

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahrachel
    Quote Originally Posted by janquilts'ncrochets
    Not all our snow is lite, often is very wet & heavy. Last winter we had lots of heavy and deep snows. I live alone and I'm soon to be 77 years old.
    jan, that's when you buy a snowblower or get the neighborhood kids to shovel for you. My brother and I often get our neighbors as they're in their upper 80s. they want to pay us but we say give it to church instead. We also got this other neighbor's short driveway as she works 3rd shift and lives alone. I don't think she knows who does it but that's okay.

    love your avatar by the way!
    You're good people for helping you neibors like that.

    Not many kids in the modular park where I live, but sometimes some un-employed people come to door looking for work after a big snow. I gladly pay to have the shoveling done.

    Thank you for the comment on my bargello. I like it.

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    Oh, how I love winter!

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    Oh, how I love winter! Sorry for the double entry. Can't find how to delete the duplicate.

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