I’m enjoying the winter weather and working around the house. Nice.
More in a bit.
Oh, you’re a cruel man. I would love to be home right now.
Oh, well. It’s a good chance to get the Rover out and stretch her legs.
Frightful, indeed. We’ve got about 3 inches on the ground up here in Highlands Ranch. How are things down in…where are you, the Springs?
Vancouver Wa is as usual very nice out. Wish we got some snow in these parts…
Well the clouds have cleared here in Atlanta. The sun is shining and the temps are in the 60′s. Sweeeeeetttttt.
Hey Stephen, moving to Aspen this weekend (to be with a Stephen no less), glad to hear you are enjoying the weather, and I look forward to blogging from Colorado!
Man, I’d give a lot to get some real snow down here. I’d even go so far as to swear a solemn oath to only drink cheap domestic beers for the rest of my natural life if we’d get real snow on a regualr basis in New Orleans…
ahh. A perfect fall day. 78 windless degrees, leaves on the ground, fireplaces in the ready, pumpkin debris, TP jobs, and car windows with the words “EAT ME” written in shaving cream as far as the eye can see.
its a regular Normal Rockwell nightmare here in northern california.
Lotsa snow down here in the 4 corners.Wolfcreek will be open this wknd,I’m shaking the mouse poop out of my ski boots.After the summer from hell here in Durango (Fire,drought,mudslides from the burn zones) I have never been so glad to see the white stuff coming down.
Plenty of snow up here in the upper levels of Independence Plaza in downtown Denver. I can’t wait to drive home in it!
Add to the excitement that the thermostat on my engine is screwy and that a) I can’t get heat in the car unless I’m moving 30+MPH and b) it starts to overheat unless I’m moving at highway speed. And what does that do for me?
Complicates my life as everyone on the road forgot how to drive at the sign of the first snowflake – so I’ll be stuck at the office until traffic clears. I suppose I can always head down to Rock Bottom for beer.
I don’t know where Frank Martin lives in NorCal, but in my neck of the redwoods it’s 49 degrees.
100 miles west of Lake Tahoe, 101 Miles east of San Francisco 14 miles north of the big white greco-roman domed building where all the tax money goes, The capital of lovely South Placer County – Roseville.
it was a stunningly beautiful day today. Im sure my mood will change when “mongolian death fog” season starts next month, but today was a stunner.
Bastards. It’s 88 degrees and sunny here. Can we swap, just a little?
I read all of the above at EleanorWoodspeed and got a new word (“redneckwoods”) out of it. So it wasn’t a total waste.
We actually got sleet last night in NYC. I was quite shocked.
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