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    Default The End Is Here!

    Between yesterday, today and tomorrow, the weather forecasts are indicating between 12" - 18" of snow for our area. The pictures here show 11" - which I just got through snowblowing and shoveling! Now it's "MILLER TIME"! LOL!

    Looks like Walt & I got the boat up on blocks just in the nick of time too!

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    Walt just emailed me the Excel Sheet on our 2019 season. I'll post the results a bit later. Right now I'm pooped!
    "A voyage in search of knowledge need never abandon the spirit of adventure."
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    I was watching the weather channel yesterday and thought about you being up there with that winter storm coming. Seems early to me but the midwest has had snow for over a month now. Stay safe.

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    IF you decide to go one more time... don't use white jigs. They will not see it The End Is Here!

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    The long winter begins. I lived in Doulas MA for four years. You might not see the ground again until end of April. One of the main reasons I moved back to Kansas. By end of December you might be able to try some ice fishing. I've had some good luck through the ice. I used to plan a fishing trip to Florida over winter school break. I'd send wife and son to the beach and go Speckled Trout fishing.

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    Bad enough the temps in the 20's but this takes the cake:


    But then again there has been snowy Thanksgiving days in the past to my recollection.

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    Miller time??!! You can do better than that lol. At least Coors time!


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    brrrrrr
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    Yuck, The worst part of that is the salt they spread on the roads to melt it. Insta-rust! At least that's what they spread where I'm originally from, Chicago. Here in Florida they don't spread salt, I like it this way better!
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    More of a concern than salt was the heavy snow that was under light snow. The chute on my snowblower clogged and broke a shear pin within a few feet of the door. Forget using the machine ! Time to break out the shovel before this crap freezes solid. Good thing we have two sources to plow the driveway.

    Pretty but a big pain in the a!!

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    We warm weather flat landers would have a learning curve in that environment. Of course, there was a lady snowbird who decided to summer here. When it got 98F with 90% humidity she declared everyone south of the Mason Dixon crazy.
    'at boy just ain't right.

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