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Old 02-09-2011, 10:19 AM   #1
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Ice and Snow - Bring It On

I'm sure the weatherman is wrong around here as he always is, but I'm ready. Black and Gray tanks empty, fresh water tank full, water hose stowed.

Bring It On!
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Old 02-09-2011, 08:48 PM   #2
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I'm sure the weatherman is wrong around here as he always is, but I'm ready. Black and Gray tanks empty, fresh water tank full, water hose stowed.

Bring It On!
You can have it. I hate winter!!!!!!!!
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Only like 39 some odd day left till spring...
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Old 02-10-2011, 05:20 AM   #4
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I didn't say I liked it Albertaguy . I just said I was ready in case the weather forecast was correct. And as usual he was wrong. We got about a dozen snow flakes and it is 32 degrees F at the moment. The ground is still warm so the roads are dry and the only accumulation is on top of my truck - all dozen flakes, but you have to look close.
I agree with you Albertaguy , I'm ready for spring.
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I didn't say I liked it Albertaguy . I just said I was ready in case the weather forecast was correct. And as usual he was wrong. We got about a dozen snow flakes and it is 32 degrees F at the moment. The ground is still warm so the roads are dry and the only accumulation is on top of my truck - all dozen flakes, but you have to look close.
I agree with you Albertaguy , I'm ready for spring.
I was having a mental moment when I posted. Have I told you I hate winter?!?!?
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Old 02-10-2011, 01:53 PM   #6
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Ed ....we are here in Texas. Last week with the Cold weather the people in the State park came around and told us to let the water run at night. I opened my 2 gray water tanks & let the water trickle all night. I also put a light in my bay with a remote Thermometor? well the bay stayed at 56 all night.
I did the same thing last night at a private park. There are alot of people thying to thow out their lines today. The Camper is nice and warm all night too.
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Old 02-10-2011, 04:21 PM   #7
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I'm nice and toasty here in central Alabama too. It never got above freezing today and is supposed to get down to 23 tonight. But no more snow/rain. Next week is supposed to be up in the 60's so I'm ready.
Where is my beach wear?
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