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Old 03-08-2013, 06:07 PM   #11
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Andy, what is that covered with snow? I cant work it out...is it a letterbox?

Kylie, that's the shelf on my gas grill closer to the camera and the higher mound behind it is the lid over the cooking area.
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Old 03-08-2013, 06:24 PM   #12
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Thank you Andy, I was way off wasnt I

I know, you guys should start up a thread where you take photos of things covered in snow and we have to guess what they are
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Old 03-08-2013, 08:53 PM   #13
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Gee Andy...now I know where my snow is. That's exactly what I've missed this winter...
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:26 PM   #14
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PF, get your darn snow off my property!
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Everyday I'm shovelin'...

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Old 03-09-2013, 11:00 PM   #16
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Oh, dearie me. We got almost exactly what was predicted, a very heavy, wet foot or so. A neighbor did some snow blowing for us. Thank heaven. I'm starting to think my husband should be more careful about shoveling. I'm more careful this year than in previous years (broken hip). Isn't spring on its way?

Princess, cannot resist the line you have about wearing your earrings! I just love it. But over the last year I lost 30+ lbs, so I thought I might be able to wear my wedding ring (I'm in the same ball-park, weight wise). picture me rolling my eyes. I guess it is more knuckle size than fat, because I thought I'd have to call the EMTs to remove the damned thing!
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It was near 50F today and that grill in the picture was cleared off and fired up for dinner tonight.
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Oh, dearie me. We got almost exactly what was predicted, a very heavy, wet foot or so. A neighbor did some snow blowing for us. Thank heaven. I'm starting to think my husband should be more careful about shoveling. I'm more careful this year than in previous years (broken hip). Isn't spring on its way?

Princess, cannot resist the line you have about wearing your earrings! I just love it. But over the last year I lost 30+ lbs, so I thought I might be able to wear my wedding ring (I'm in the same ball-park, weight wise). picture me rolling my eyes. I guess it is more knuckle size than fat, because I thought I'd have to call the EMTs to remove the damned thing!
Mine slips on...getting it off is a chore.

Still no snow, but the tops of the mountains in the back country are looking better. It's going to be a heck of a fire season this year.
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It was near 50F today and that grill in the picture was cleared off and fired up for dinner tonight.
Hope you enjoyed your dinner Andy
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