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    Quote Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver View Post
    It was only -2C... she is originally from Michigan.

    T'was nothing.
    So she didn't get sissified living Portland then, that's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overthehillmedi View Post
    So she didn't get sissified living Portland then, that's good.
    She is from Detroit.

    You don't mess with that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by skijor View Post
    I need to move to Syracuse. That's fantastic!
    and that's nothing.
    http://www.city-data.com/top2/c464.html #1 baby (roughly 9-10 feet per year)

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    I remember the blizzard of '93 (check out that bar on the graph). I was just in middle school. We got let out early. By the time my parents made their way home from work I had shoveled about 4 feet of snow from the driveway. And it wasn't done.

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    My first winter in NC... I have no idea what is going to happen. But we will be in Scranton, PA for Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the sci guy View Post
    and that's nothing.
    http://www.city-data.com/top2/c464.html #1 baby (roughly 9-10 feet per year)

    and


    I remember the blizzard of '93 (check out that bar on the graph). I was just in middle school. We got let out early. By the time my parents made their way home from work I had shoveled about 4 feet of snow from the driveway. And it wasn't done.

    DON'T MISS IT
    Oh come on now! How could you NOT miss it? LOL I don't miss shoveling it or driving in it. But I do miss watching it come down from the window of my nice warm house.
    "Normal" is just a setting on a washing machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the sci guy View Post
    not sensible:


    thats me this past christmas vacation back up in syracuse. got almost 2.5 feet i think that week.
    wow, 1 inch I think shuts down the city here. switch the hub to fixed and be glad I have a bike. go find my friend who gets drunk and bakes with her gas over.
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    I'm going to miss the rain.


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    I'd rather think about the results of the Bears win over the Packers last night than think about winter coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the sci guy View Post
    and that's nothing.
    http://www.city-data.com/top2/c464.html #1 baby (roughly 9-10 feet per year)

    and


    remember the blizzard of '93 (check out that bar on the graph). I was just in middle school. We got let out early. By the time my parents made their way home from work I had shoveled about 4 feet of snow from the driveway. And it wasn't done.

    DON'T MISS IT
    Edmonton will come in halfway down the list, we get 50 inches a year and it isn't like that lake effect snow. Mind you, most folks don't get to deal with temperatures that are this cold.

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    Annual snowfall in Chapel Hill: 6.5in.
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    The cold and dark I could live without, but I can cope. Can't wait to ski!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Cowbell View Post
    The cold and dark I could live without, but I can cope. Can't wait to ski!
    Amen brother.


    and snowshoe with the hounds.

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    I would enjoy a white winter. I'm driving under 100 miles/week nowadays and my old man has a self-propelled snowthrower, so it's all good.

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    Last year Little Rock got 10.3" on Christmas day, 10.6" for the whole season.
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    [QUOTE=skijor;16213920]Here's hoping for three glorious months of white awesomeness.
    And don't forget....
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    except some will die and or be injured, even paralyzed for life
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver View Post
    Define sensible.
    no snow
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    Transcendental enumeration.

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    30" snow depth at 10,000 feet elevation right now. Good thing our ski areas go up to 12,000. 8*F overnight last night. Time to break out the knee warmers.

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    cycling is like baseball ~ it doesn't take much to make it interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumrunn6 View Post



    this is not me
    You should be so lucky. Oh, and way to go. Now you got me looking at fat tire bikes + IGH.

    The rider must be taking it easy. I know of no cleat/adapter that allows a Saloman boot to clip into a clipless pedal (spd or otherwise)...at least it doesn't look like a platform pedal--which would be the safer bet (not to slip off) with the hard narrow plastic sole of a xc ski boot.

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    Supposed to snow/sleet in Little Rock on Monday and Tuesday. We'll see.
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    Did my winter time in Alaska. Do. Not. Miss. It. We getting some wintry weather coming through the Fort Worth area so it is going to be very zoo like with Winter Stupidity Olympics for the next couple days.
    Flying a jet is no different than riding a bicycle. It's just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will G View Post
    Did my winter time in Alaska. Do. Not. Miss. It. We getting some wintry weather coming through the Fort Worth area so it is going to be very zoo like with Winter Stupidity Olympics for the next couple days.
    The Summer Olympics are held here.
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    yesterday: 70ish
    today: 57
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will G View Post
    Did my winter time in Alaska. Do. Not. Miss. It. We getting some wintry weather coming through the Fort Worth area so it is going to be very zoo like with Winter Stupidity Olympics for the next couple days.
    thankfully its just chilly and windy here in houston. currently hovering around 50, but the windchill is making it feel like about 45 or less. being a native of central NY however this is nothing to me lol
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    It was 22 when I left the house this morning. This is some freaky fall weather.
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