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bigfurmn

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I won't put the snow blower until at least May 1st. I've had a blizzard and a tornado warning in the same week. Gotta love Minnesota. Can hit -70 and 105 in the same year!!!
 

Fueling Around

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I also lived in southern Indiana on the Ohio River.
Winters tolerable, but summer sucked. Humidity and heat....
I won't put the snow blower until at least May 1st. I've had a blizzard and a tornado warning in the same week. Gotta love Minnesota. Can hit -70 and 105 in the same year!!!
You're in the tropical zone?
 

Bearcarver

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I fished in Pennsylvania nearly all of my life. Trout season always opened on the closest Saturday to April 15th. I can remember years where I was soaking wet from sweating on the first day, and I remember years where I couldn't cast my line without first dipping the rod into the Cold trout stream to melt the ice that forms in the "Eyes" between casts.

Bear
 

cal1956

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i don't consider snow season over until May 15 here in Colorado !!!
 

mneeley490

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Seattle is having a mini summer this week: highs in the mid to upper 70s. It's been wonderful, but I was only able to fire up the smoker once. We're about to revert back to a cool spring for the weekend: mid 50s and rainy. We might not see the sun again until June.
True enough. My cherry and peach trees are in full bloom right now, and I hope the weather will be mild enough so that they bear fruit. I got an early, indoor start on some tomatoes and pumpkin seeds in 5 gal buckets, as it seems like summer always runs out of steam before they mature. But it was so nice, I put them outside a few days ago. Hope that wasn't a mistake.
 

GaryHibbert

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We got 2" of snow three days ago and 2" again last night. Temp is staying below freezing at night. Yesterday, I was thinking about putting a charger on the lawnmower and cleaning up some of the dead grass clippings, but I think I'll wait another week or so.
Gary
 

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