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Hawkins is right...the only predictable thing about the weather in Alaska is that we will have some!
I've been up here for 37 years and I've seen about everything Alaska can throw at you. I've seen it snow in July, seen grass growing in December, seen breakup come two or three times in a single year... ya just never know about the weather up here!
Spring will come...it may come in June, but it will come! Alaska teaches a person many lessons - starting with patience!
2004 4x4 Excursion XLT 5.4L V8
"Never let anything mechanical know you're in a hurry!"
More snow, more snow, more snow, oops, sorry crumm more sun, more sun, more sun. Ah what the heck it doesnt matter we have it piled up 20-30 feet out front so it will be around for awhile. I would settle for melt in town and snow in the mountains so I can play longer.
__________________ Mike B
1999 F350 CC DW 2V V10 - 2000 F350 CC - Flatbed 7.3
2002 F250 SC - V10 - 2004 F350 CC - 6.O (Terd-Injectors)
2006 F350 CC Lariat - 6.0 (Terd 2 - Head Gasket)
2011 F350 CC 6.2 - The future shall tell
I put the snow blower away two weeks ago for the summer. Was so darn nice that I stopped at fur and feathers, and purchased a hunting and fishing license, and darn, if I was not greeted by moose as I left their building on Raseberry.
Last Monday 14" blocked my driveway and the snow blower is back in service. Maybe I well be able to put that tool away this coming weekend. Also it would be nice to see the snow disappear from around the truck camper. Am ready to try out that new fishing pole.
Ahhhhhhhh so nice today.. I even got out the pressure washer and blew all the road grime off all three trucks(top and bottom)then got out a bucket of suds and shined them up. Nothing like a day in the sun to adjust the cabin fever attitude. I am sure folks down south would think we are nuts outside in a t-shirt when it is 45 degrees but it seems like 80 to me. As I was drying the last rig just before dark the water was starting to freeze a little.
2005 F150 SuperCrew 5.4
1996 F350 PSD 4X4 CC 5sp
1995 Explorer 4X4
1975 F250 390 4X4 C6 203
1942 Ford GPW 4cyl 4X4
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