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38 minutes ago, BuckBilly said:

Just trying to get by.

BuckBilly, glad to see you are still out there, was wondering how you are doing. Thanks for stopping back in!

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On January 29, 2017 at 0:07 AM, Admin said:

BuckBilly, glad to see you are still out there, was wondering how you are doing. Thanks for stopping back in!

You're welcome. I still don't own a quad, but I have a golf cart. GRRRRRRR

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2 hours ago, BuckBilly said:

You're welcome. I still don't own a quad, but I have a golf cart. GRRRRRRR

What kind a golf cart???

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Morning, We got a bit of snow ourselves, about 8 inches day before yesterday, just got the driveway cleared up, -11 F this morning. 

Suppose to snow again tonight we'll see.

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I am jealous of that snow.  We are getting nothing here this winter.  Have a great day everyone.

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2 hours ago, wylde1 said:

I am jealous of that snow.  We are getting nothing here this winter.  Have a great day everyone.

I'd gladly send you  the  snow  we got, and there's  more coming ..  Normally  here in the  Fraser Valley we only  get  a  dusting of  snow  a couple of times  each winter. 2   inches  paralyses  them  here ........ and we  have over  2 feet of  it  and   strong winds  drifting  it.

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It's a bummer our snow is melting as it has been in the mid 40's yesterday and is in the high 30's today, up in the north western part of the state they have gotten as much as 48" in the last couple of days, there are skiers and snowboarders traveling from all over the state and Idaho to get to the ski hill that got nailed.  And supposedly there is more coming their way.  We did get a dusting of 2" last night, not much to speak of.

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That's a lot of snow. We have a winter storm warning for tonight and tomorrow, 6-10 inches, which will be the most so far this winter in one event.

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We got some snow here in Frackville. My quad still isn't running though. It will be sleigh riding with the kids today for me.

 

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