Last edited by Greg Cook; 04-17-2009 at 09:37 PM.
I thought it only rained up in your area this time of year!
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Great Pictures Greg ,
NOW!!! Go get a hair dryer and BLOW DRY THAT STICK RULE!!!!!!!!
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Your photo of the yard is the poster type picture. Beautiful.
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Well, the sun is out and on my way to buy a new mower. Amazing the difference 40 miles make Hey there is a Jet 14inch closed stand BS on Cl in your part of the woods for 150, maybe time for an upgrade?
I guess Seattle's reaction to snow hasn't changed over the years.
When I lived there - in Bellevue, actually - thirty years ago, three lousy inches of snow could bring the whole area to a standstill. I guess it still does.
I lived on a hill (SE 16th Street, between Bellevue Way and 104th) and the City's response to snow, instead of plowing it and salting it, was to put a "Road Closed" barricade at the top of the hill.
Fortunately, in the five years we lived there, it only snowed three or four times, and I only had to park at the top and walk home maybe a dozen times.
Brings back old memories, though...
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
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We had that same thing here last week. All the old snow had finially melted off, then poof, another 5 inches.
I'm ready for spring. Oh, it is spring. I guess I'm ready for summer.
pffffttttt 3 inches and your working inside?
IT was nice out here today, I even crawled under the truck and adjusted brakes.