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    Snowy Christmas time.

    For those of you that have to suffer through the winter months in the warmer climates. Here is a photo to help cool you off. All this fell overnight here.
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    sooooo let me see that is what you guys call snow ? looks kinda cold, and how do you find your golf balls with all of that stuff on the ground ?
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    Over 6" and still falling her Tom. Orange balls Don!!!!!!!!!!!
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    You mean that stuff just drops wherever it wants!?! Around here we restrict ours to the high ground so we can visit and then leave when we're done. Although it is expensive, crowded, and breaks 100* regularly during summer . . . . where I live, "All this fell overnight here."

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    You mean that stuff just drops wherever it wants!?! Around here we restrict ours to the high ground so we can visit and then leave when we're done. Although it is expensive, crowded, and breaks 100* regularly during summer . . . . where I live, "All this fell overnight here."

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    Sooo, Santa either has wheels or teflon runners on his sleigh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    Sooo, Santa either has wheels or teflon runners on his sleigh
    Nah. He just parks the sleigh in the smog and it kinda hangs there.
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    Well, Don I had the pleasure of visiting Phoenix this summer when it was 100 degrees. I did enjoy the warm for sure.
    Now Glenn, I also visited Los Angeles this summer and I would not trade you places for any amount. The traffic there was insane and I was so very happy to get back home. We came to LA for one thing....to drive the 101 coastline. We dreamed about it for years......The day we did it the fog was so heavy we could barely see the coastline from the road. Oh well....maybe another time.
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    Been to LA 3 times and that was 5 times to many for this ole country boy...............its just to much humanity...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    sooooo let me see that is what you guys call snow ? looks kinda cold, and how do you find your golf balls with all of that stuff on the ground ?
    I have a specially trained ball-sniffing dog.
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    Snowy Christmas time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Tulk View Post
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    I never realized that took special training.
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