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    Frost on the donkey

    We got frost on the donkey this morning. Had a fire in the wood stove by 7AM. Going to be a good day, if my brother in law ever shows up.

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    Pics?

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    I've always heard "frost on the punkin" not donkey.

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    Sorry, no pics, he refuses to hold still this morning, plus it has already burned off.

    Bob, it is a little something new we are trying in these parts

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    Brrrrr. It was 90* here yesterday. Supposed to be a bit "cooler" today.
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    We had a little frost too and the TV news folks were carrying on about how it feels like winter. Wait awhile folks....you'll be happy when it gets back up into the 30's. Another thing is when we "might" get some snow and the news team advises that you don't go out unless absolutely necessary. Guess I'll just stick my head in the sand until spring gets here.

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    Lake effect snow yesterday, nothing stuck here but 17 miles away at mom and dad's they had over 2". Got up as the dog barked a couple of times in the middle of the (she heard it snowing!) and yep, over 2" on the ground. Weatherman says 64 degrees tomorrow! So yeah, doing chores, have to go pick up some butcher block tops I am going to make into Lou Ann's kitchen counter tops. Tomorrow, top off all anti freeze in tractors, trucks and Lou's car. Put mowers away, horses moved up from out back to the corrals at the barn. Pretty out though, no use grumbling, it is winter, summer to will be back. Just winter seems to last longer than summer.
    Jon

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    It missed us. 2~5" was forecast, but we didn't even get a flake. That's good, too, because I had a lot of yard cleanup and leaf raking/vaccing to do today.

    Got it all done now, so let it snow if it wants to...
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    We had a dusting last night. But its gone. Have the heater on in the shop today. Winter is here.
    cheers

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    Might get a little rain tonight and tomorrow, might have some frost tomorrow morning. Possibility of snow early in the week. Spending today and tomorrow winterizing stuff, when I'm not doing work work...

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