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 Post subject: Interesting weather
PostPosted: 18 Jan 2012, 22:35 
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Last night it was raining. 50 degrees nightcrawlers were out in the yard. Woke up this mornin snow on the ground 25 deg. Right now spotty snow. yard frozen solid 18 degrees and clear. gotta love the good old western pa weather

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
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Snowing and blowing here right now. That's good, we need the snowmobiling business... :)

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
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keith, ill be up there soon for some walleye fishin what road ya off of? you off of 77?

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
PostPosted: 18 Jan 2012, 23:47 
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keith, ill be up there soon for some walleye fishin what road ya off of? you off of 77?

Sent you a PM.

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A nice toasty 82•F. In the shade earlier today!

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
PostPosted: 25 Jan 2012, 19:06 
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pretty warm here in East Texas. need some cold weather I worked to hard to get fire wood


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
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tbyerly wrote:
pretty warm here in East Texas. need some cold weather I worked to hard to get fire wood


I know what you mean tbyerly, I am still using firewood that was cut a couple of years ago.

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
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I went through 3 ton of coal and bout 3 cord of wood so far this winner. Just got another tree to cut up. Big old white oak. Stump is about 4 foot across at its widest. Ill get an exact measurement tomorrow. Massive tree...

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I went through 3 ton of coal and bout 3 cord of wood so far this winner. Just got another tree to cut up. Big old white oak. Stump is about 4 foot across at its widest. Ill get an exact measurement tomorrow. Massive tree...


:shock: PGG-That was a big tree!!! That had to have been like a regular grocery store for the woodland animals when it was in it's prime!

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
PostPosted: 26 Jan 2012, 08:34 
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PGG I know what your saying. we have burned through about 4-5 cord so far. 3 yrs. ago dad bought one of those outdoor woodstoves. :mrgreen:


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Sounded a lot like NE weather......very use to the same!

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We've had an outdoor furnace since 03 I think. Heats my house and my grandparents. Coal we got this year is junk. If it would stay cold I'd like to get another couple tons of better coal. I walk in the yard and sink 2 inches. Truck would be swamped.

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Wow swamp must be nice 82 its raining so hard here all my sets are washing out it sucks then when it finally dryes out it freezes :P but o well i would rather the rain than the snakes lol

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting weather
PostPosted: 30 Jan 2012, 07:53 
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PaGrouseGuy wrote:
We've had an outdoor furnace since 03 I think. Heats my house and my grandparents. Coal we got this year is junk. If it would stay cold I'd like to get another couple tons of better coal. I walk in the yard and sink 2 inches. Truck would be swamped.

So far we onlyhave the house and hot water to heat ( 250,000 BTU overkill ). Dad said some day he might be able to talk mom into garage.


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