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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 7:05 AM


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Quiet around here the last couple days...

Are we trying to let Gails' posting catch up with the post count of this thread again, or did everyone take the couple days after New Years off?


So, unrelated to anything:
Who here likes hockey? Were you rooting for the Red Wings or the Maple Leafs in the Winter Classic on Wednesday?
Me, Wings fan, and froze my tush watching the game (yes, I got the wife and I tickets)
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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 7:27 AM


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Quiet around here the last couple days...

Are we trying to let Gails' posting catch up with the post count of this thread again, or did everyone take the couple days after New Years off?


So, unrelated to anything:
Who here likes hockey? Were you rooting for the Red Wings or the Maple Leafs in the Winter Classic on Wednesday?
Me, Wings fan, and froze my tush watching the game (yes, I got the wife and I tickets)


Some are probably shoveling snow.

No new snow here, but schools are already announcing Monday shutdowns due to predicted high of -18, and wind chills of -50.
So maybe under the weather is part of it.
Just glad I don't live 250 miles north. -40 or less most of the week.
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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 7:34 AM
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Quiet around here the last couple days...

Are we trying to let Gails' posting catch up with the post count of this thread again, or did everyone take the couple days after New Years off?


So, unrelated to anything:
Who here likes hockey? Were you rooting for the Red Wings or the Maple Leafs in the Winter Classic on Wednesday?
Me, Wings fan, and froze my tush watching the game (yes, I got the wife and I tickets)


Some are probably shoveling snow.

No new snow here, but schools are already announcing Monday shutdowns due to predicted high of -18, and wind chills of -50.
So maybe under the weather is part of it.
Just glad I don't live 250 miles north. -40 or less most of the week.

WOW! And here I thought it was pretty cold here in Michigan. Our wind chill was -10 to -20 overnight, but that's your ambient temperature. As for the snow, we're not even dug out from the recent snow yet and I just saw that they're calling for it to start up again Saturday night with 1-3, Sunday 3-5 and Sunday night 1-3. It you add it up, that comes out to a sore back. After 2 full weeks off school, I have a feeling my daughter might have Monday off as well.



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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 8:02 AM


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Check out International Falls for the last week or so.
Brrrrr......

Hope you weren't without power over Xmas.
Had some friends in Lansing that were lucky enough to find a generator.
I can deal with cold, but no power would be horrible.
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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 8:07 AM
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Check out International Falls for the last week or so.
Brrrrr......

Hope you weren't without power over Xmas.
Had some friends in Lansing that were lucky enough to find a generator.
I can deal with cold, but no power would be horrible.

There was a swath across Michigan just north of us that got around 1/2" of ice. It covered everything and the power company was gracious enough to get most people restored, but it took them 8 days to do it.

I saw the International Falls data on the Weather Channel. That's almost surreal.



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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 9:06 AM


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Holiday time for me. Lots of vacation to use up, and I've been mostly unwired.

That's cold weather up in MN. Its been up and down here. We've had plenty of sub 10F days, dropping below zero at night (those are cold nights). However we've had 50-60 F a few days in the last couple weeks as well. Crazy when I can be outside in a t-shirt or sweatshirt for half the day and a winter coat and hat the other.







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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 2:04 PM


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The really odd part of the cold - for as cold as it's been, the snow has kept the ice from getting too thick.
We can drive on it down here, but a little over 100 miles north, there is only 7 inches.
And on Mille Lacs, they can't get the plow trucks out for the roads.
Guess a couple have dropped in.
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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 3:25 PM


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47 degrees and sunny here in the Pacific Northwest. Now who's laughing!
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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 4:00 PM
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47 degrees and sunny here in the Pacific Northwest. Now who's laughing!


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Posted Friday, January 3, 2014 4:22 PM


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Got me there. I should have said who among my US East Coast friends who constantly give me grief about the rain here can laugh now.

BTW I do hope you all are staying safe and warm...
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