Winter storm in march , Friday the 13th , 1993. I was without power for eight days. Vowed that would never happen again. Had generator wired into my house. 22 inches of snow on my deck in seven hours.Good day all!
We saw some Robin Red Breasts running around the yard plucking worms out of the ground and the Red Bud Trees are BUDDING!
Won't be long until the heat hits. Still need to get through Feb and March. We had one of the worst Snow Storms the third week of March several years ago. Shut down everything for 4-5 days.
PD Hunting in MAY and Chuck hunting in June!!!!
Dammmm! That's cold. Was stationed in Alaska in the 70s. Went outside at -43 F. Just to say I did it. Didn't take long to say yep, that's enough.Not quite here yet.
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When I was young and dumb I used to spend alot of time up there in the winter. Not anymore.Dammmm! That's cold. Was stationed in Alaska in the 70s. Went outside at -43 F. Just to say I did it. Didn't take long to say yep, that's enough.
I blame all the Yankees they stole our spring and sent us their winter
Where in Texas are you?
Will it be six more weeks of winter or an early spring? That's right, woodchuck-chuckers, it's Groundhog Day 2023!
Thousands gathered on a cold Thursday morning at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, for the annual Feb. 2 celebration to watch Punxsutawney Phil make his weather prediction. Punxsutawney, which calls itself the "weather capital of the world," is home to the tiny meteorologist now celebrating their 137th Groundhog Day event.
So did Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow? Yes. That means six more weeks of winter, according to the famous weather prognosticator and "seer of seers."
But here in the South we have Armadillos. From what Cassie, our new Great Pyrenees the Armadillos didn't get a chance to come out and see anything.
Winter is ENDING and SPRING is upon us!
One winter was enough for this southern boy.When I was young and dumb I used to spend alot of time up there in the winter. Not anymore.