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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

We had virtually no snow on Thursday (the stuff we had previously had melted).

Then along came Friday and Saturday....and this is what the result was on Sunday:

http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/Fanny500/snow.jpg

We got more snow in just over two days then all of last winter! Fuckin eh! Time to get the snowmobiling gear out!

(P.S. Shoveling that was a pain in the back...literally!)

Nov 12 12 07:53 am Link

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NicoleNudes

Posts: 3860

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Ew.

It's 19 here today. Feels like summer again.

Nov 12 12 08:12 am Link

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Jim Shibley

Posts: 2963

Phoenix, Arizona, US

It's here too. It was 46 at 5:30 AM. tongue

Nov 12 12 08:24 am Link

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Ronin_LLC

Posts: 2012

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Thank goodness that my winter fur has grown in.

Nov 12 12 08:27 am Link

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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

NicoleNudes wrote:
Ew.

It's 19 here today. Feels like summer again.

It is -16 here with a windchill of -26.

Love the snow, don't like the cold (although that's really not all that cold for us!)

Nov 12 12 08:27 am Link

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Eclectic Vision

Posts: 8214

Toledo, Ohio, US

Uuuugh. So glad that I moved somewhere where it almost never snows. It's 70 here right now.

Nov 12 12 08:29 am Link

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NothingIsRealButTheGirl

Posts: 33524

Los Angeles, California, US

When Chekov saw the long winter, he saw a winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope. Yet, we know that winter is just another step in the cycle of life. But standing here amongst the people of Punxsutawney and basking in the warmth of their hearths and hearts, I couldn’t imagine a better fate than a long and lustrous winter.

Nov 12 12 08:52 am Link

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Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

NothingIsRealButTheGirl wrote:
When Chekov saw the long winter, he saw a winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope. Yet, we know that winter is just another step in the cycle of life. But standing here amongst the people of Punxsutawney and basking in the warmth of their hearths and hearts, I couldn’t imagine a better fate than a long and lustrous winter.

+1

Got to love the movie "Groundhog Day"!

Wildcat
PS.  My friend in SLC said they received 13" of snow yesterday and even more up on the Benches.

Nov 12 12 10:23 am Link

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Russian Katarina II

Posts: 2515

London, England, United Kingdom

NothingIsRealButTheGirl wrote:
When Chekov saw the long winter, he saw a winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope. Yet, we know that winter is just another step in the cycle of life. But standing here amongst the people of Punxsutawney and basking in the warmth of their hearths and hearts, I couldn’t imagine a better fate than a long and lustrous winter.

Phil Connors has never spent Winter at the Riviera.

Nov 12 12 10:40 am Link

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ArtisticPhotography

Posts: 7699

Buffalo, New York, US

Canada looks surprisingly like not-Canada.

DarcieK wrote:
http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/Fanny500/snow.jpg

Nov 12 12 11:27 am Link

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scrymettet

Posts: 32237

Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Nov 12 12 04:36 pm Link

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KelliOnLineGlamourNude

Posts: 2922

Barrie, Ontario, Canada

scrymettet wrote:

Nov 12 12 04:54 pm Link

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scrymettet

Posts: 32237

Quebec, Quebec, Canada

KelliOnLineGlamourNude  wrote:

We've broken a record 2 days in a row for warm weather.

I feel spoiled. And I like it.

big_smile

I still have some winter works to do but both cars are on winter tires

Nov 12 12 04:55 pm Link

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KelliOnLineGlamourNude

Posts: 2922

Barrie, Ontario, Canada

scrymettet wrote:

big_smile

I still have some winter works to do but both cars are on winter tires

* la, la, la, la, la I can't here you! "

We don't speak about winter tires, just yet. sad

Nov 12 12 04:57 pm Link

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scrymettet

Posts: 32237

Quebec, Quebec, Canada

KelliOnLineGlamourNude  wrote:

* la, la, la, la, la I can't here you! "

We don't speak about winter tires, just yet. sad

ooops. me bad

Nov 12 12 04:59 pm Link

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Kev Lawson

Posts: 7811

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

I hate winter ... its about 70 out right now! tongue

Nov 12 12 07:26 pm Link

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DougBPhoto

Posts: 38534

Portland, Oregon, US

DarcieK wrote:
http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/Fanny500/snow.jpg

Isn't that risky to keep your free candy van parked on the street in front of your house?

Nov 12 12 07:29 pm Link

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Little Queenie

Posts: 6213

Indio, California, US

I will take scorching hot summers over snow any day.

Nov 12 12 08:14 pm Link

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WCR3

Posts: 1072

Houston, Texas, US

What's that white stuff?

Nov 12 12 08:33 pm Link

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WR Photographics

Posts: 1393

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

WCR3 wrote:
What's that white stuff?

Cocaine. It just falls from the skies here. God loves us.

Nov 12 12 10:26 pm Link

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Paolo Diavolo

Posts: 8787

Martinez, California, US

is canada in black and white?

so glad i live in cali.

Nov 12 12 11:14 pm Link

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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

DougBPhoto wrote:

Isn't that risky to keep your free candy van parked on the street in front of your house?

Haha, that's not mine. That's the man's work truck haha. I tease him about it as well.

Nov 13 12 05:47 am Link

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R A V E N D R I V E

Posts: 15867

New York, New York, US

winter has come

Nov 13 12 06:02 am Link

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KelliOnLineGlamourNude

Posts: 2922

Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Paolo Diavolo wrote:
is canada in black and white?

so glad i live in cali.

Yes, there's Canada, there's no difference in provinces.

But in a smaller country, like the u.s. it's all broken up into states because of the huge differences.

Btw, there's no white stuff here. God doesn't love us as much.

Nov 13 12 07:50 am Link

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Umair Riaz

Posts: 1122

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

You get snow and we Ontarians get Rain instead... Freezing rain... With high winds...

Nov 13 12 08:10 am Link

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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Umair Riaz wrote:
You get snow and we Ontarians get Rain instead... Freezing rain... With high winds...

We had freezing rain last week....and then this.

And SK and MB know about wind. That shit's around all year long!

Nov 13 12 08:38 am Link

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Kev Lawson

Posts: 7811

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Maybe all you Canadians should just pack up and head to Daytona Beach for the winter. Wait... models, MUA's and stylists ... leave the photographers behind to shovel snow. wink

Nov 13 12 11:27 am Link

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Michael Broughton

Posts: 2244

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

you're a dirty fibber darcie! it's not winter, it's just a little cold snap. it'll all melt in a day or two, you'll see!

Nov 14 12 01:54 am Link

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R_Marquez

Posts: 4622

San Francisco, California, US

Meanwhile in California, it's sunny as hell. big_smile

Nov 14 12 03:32 am Link

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Good Egg Productions

Posts: 15702

Orlando, Florida, US

It got up to 80 in my house yesterday so I had to set the air conditioner down to 77 just to make it comfortable to sleep.

But that snow looks pretty.

Nov 14 12 04:43 am Link

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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Michael Broughton wrote:
you're a dirty fibber darcie! it's not winter, it's just a little cold snap. it'll all melt in a day or two, you'll see!

Nope tongue

Besides, you live in the coldest city in provincial Canada, you should be used to this tongue

Nov 14 12 09:18 am Link

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Michael Broughton

Posts: 2244

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

DarcieK wrote:

Nope tongue

Besides, you live in the coldest city in provincial Canada, you should be used to this tongue

i spent all summer with a broken air conditioner and adapted to the heat too well. if it gets much colder i may actually have to start wearing long sleeved shirts or stop going commando when i go outside. sad

Nov 14 12 06:08 pm Link

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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Michael Broughton wrote:

i spent all summer with a broken air conditioner and adapted to the heat too well. if it gets much colder i may actually have to start wearing long sleeved shirts or stop going commando when i go outside. sad

lol

Nov 15 12 09:13 am Link

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Keith NYC

Posts: 1529

New York, New York, US

Yeah we got blasted with a few inches of early Novemeber snow this year too. Usually doesn't start until January.

Nov 15 12 10:43 am Link

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Paolo Diavolo

Posts: 8787

Martinez, California, US

earlier this week, i left the san francisco bay area, where it was sunny, 60-70 degrees out. nice weather. and i drove down to LA and it was 80 degrees when i got here, 70 at night. Except it rained here (currenly in LA) today for like an hour. strange.

i cant imagine snow! but i would love to look out the window and see that.
just not have to shovel it or drive in it haha.

Nov 15 12 04:41 pm Link

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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Paolo Diavolo wrote:
earlier this week, i left the san francisco bay area, where it was sunny, 60-70 degrees out. nice weather. and i drove down to LA and it was 80 degrees when i got here, 70 at night. Except it rained here (currenly in LA) today for like an hour. strange.

i cant imagine snow! but i would love to look out the window and see that.
just not have to shovel it or drive in it haha.

Snow is pretty and fun to play in. But shoveling sucks. A lot.

Nov 15 12 04:42 pm Link

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Through Elizabeths Eyes

Posts: 4916

Yelm, Washington, US

http://www.ohmz.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/tumblr_lrxdswAyFs1qzkrfxo1_500.jpg

Nov 15 12 06:39 pm Link