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earthwalker
Cultural Editor & middleweight arm wrestling champion/Intermountain Region
Member # 4177

Icon 1 posted May 10, 2022 04:19 AM      Profile for earthwalker           Edit/Delete Post 
A week ago today had to go to the valley (Boise). We had snow from the house blowing that star burst type snow. Couldn't see the road at 35mph. Finally got out of that got into snow type rainy stuff. On down the road the snow starts adding up in one area the snow starts getting deep like 8=12" deep. The state plow was coming down and he was having trouble finding the road more or less. We ran out of snow at Stanley thank goodness.

Yesterday get home and the snow was all around us then the sun came out thought great. Shortly later the snow hit the valley and covered the ground. It slowly melted off and then more snow fell.

Well it's 23* and icy as all get out. Might hit 50* today.

By the weekend suppose to hit 70's. What a crazy spring so far.

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another long hot smoky summer coming

Posts: 1048 | From: Intermountain region | Registered: Jul 2012  |  IP: Logged
Leonard
HMFIC
Member # 2

Icon 1 posted May 10, 2022 07:27 PM      Profile for Leonard   Author's Homepage   Email Leonard         Edit/Delete Post 
At least it's not boring. I love weird weather. Be grateful.

Good hunting. El Bee

PS I just sold 2000 primers to the Dish Network tech. $200! One CCI LR and one Fed 210 Match. That HazMat fee is bullshit!

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EL BEE Knows It All and Done It All.
Don't piss me off!

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the bearhunter
HM PROSTAFF & MIDWEST REGIONAL GURU VOTED MOST HANDSOME MINNESOTAN
Member # 3552

Icon 1 posted May 11, 2022 05:49 PM      Profile for the bearhunter           Edit/Delete Post 
Been a horrible winter/ spring here
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It just won't dry up.
My next years wood pile is in standing water.
Farmers in dire straights.

Posts: 1035 | From: minnifornia | Registered: Jan 2010  |  IP: Logged


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