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2 hours ago, Shadows said:

These guys are really putting Christmas lights up on 378. Its August.

I saw them putting some up at Washington and Easton roads too.

And a new page!

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Just remember that i think all long range forecasts are pretty much BS.  People think they can predict a season when they cant accurately predict 3 days out.  
 
Fun fact - models lose 10% accuracy for every day in the future.  so a forecast 3 days out is only about 70% accurate.   

Wooly adelgids are the only truly accurate predictors of winter weather...

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49 minutes ago, JFskiDan said:

Long range from another weather source.  

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Interesting. This one seems to be accurate too. 

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4 hours ago, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

Leaves are starting to change color.  Halfway to st. Patrick’s day. 

This is great! Not long now until we're skiing Burma Road with Eaf.

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1 hour ago, toast21602 said:

46° here this morning. 

54 on my way into work.  Awesome.  Had the window open last night.  

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1 hour ago, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

I had air conditioning on this AM in my car but not as strong.  

Must be because of that extra insulation. 

 

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That’s exciting! I love the snow gun tests that mountains start posting. They probably have water chillers and climate makers like bear creek

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It's usually around 29mpg and for some strange reason we still drive a lot. I've learned that when you work from home you want to leave the house more when you're not at work (if that makes sense).

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It got down in the low 50’s two nights ago down here. Seems abnormally chilly, but I’ll take it. I actually had to set the Nest to Heat/Cool to deal with the temperature changes. It’s been awhile since I have had heat on this early in the season.

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Rainy and cool up here. Picking up a cord of wood Friday. Water delivery for the hot tub this AM, electrical gets hooked up Friday. Built a burly shed for the firewood. No small task when you have no help.

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25 minutes ago, moe ghoul said:

Rainy and cool up here. Picking up a cord of wood Friday. Water delivery for the hot tub this AM, electrical gets hooked up Friday. Built a burly shed for the firewood. No small task when you have no help.

You’re almost like an original homesteader.  

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8 hours ago, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

You’re almost like an original homesteader.  

I had to move my Sauna 6 ft to access the control panel on the spa. Ended up using the same technology they used to move rock for the pyramids and Stonehenge. Except I used PVC pipe instead of tree trunks to roll it.

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25 minutes ago, moe ghoul said:

I had to move my Sauna 6 ft to access the control panel on the spa. Ended up using the same technology they used to move rock for the pyramids and Stonehenge. Except I used PVC pipe instead of tree trunks to roll it.

Dowels?  We have to get creative moving memorial stones around sometimes...the worst is when we have to go downhill using a buggy with a brake..shit is rowdy..or we use our promover to get to spots our truck cant get to but if it’s too heavy to hoof it. Anyway be happy you’re not stuck inside an office with a parade of customers calling emailing and showing up at the door no appointment. 

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10 hours ago, moe ghoul said:

I had to move my Sauna 6 ft to access the control panel on the spa. Ended up using the same technology they used to move rock for the pyramids and Stonehenge. Except I used PVC pipe instead of tree trunks to roll it.

And when you are done with the hot tub, use a chain saw to cut it up.  Trust me.  

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12 hours ago, moe ghoul said:

I had to move my Sauna 6 ft to access the control panel on the spa. Ended up using the same technology they used to move rock for the pyramids and Stonehenge. Except I used PVC pipe instead of tree trunks to roll it.

aliens?!

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