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"SNOW" is a four letter word, you guys DO realise that doncha? As in:
"Last thing I need is SNOWING GODSNOWED SNOW on my SNOWED truck, when I have MOTHER SNOWING street tires on it..."
I have heard that the Farmers Almanac is calling for this winter to be especially bitter, and it's dropped into the twenties out here at the river end of the state many times already. It has looked like snow clouds a few times - but so far whatever wierd weather pattern we have at this end has kept anything white and fluffy from coming down.
Last february it snowed twice - a few weeks apart, and it only stuck for long the second time, almost a week. That was unusual, we normally only get it once a year and by the afternoon it's well on the way to melted. But who knows...
I thought I was going to have to come buy and barrow the gooseneck for my dads GMC Gasser when it started to throw a code.
I wish I could have stopped to see you and Huck, Brandi had to work till 12 so we got a way late start a getting up there and we had to come home that night and didn't get back til 12 and then go to Maryville the next morning lol.
Originally Posted by Neal 97 250
I bet they got wpater now, and I bet wee have that same water now. It is supposed to melt and run down here.
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