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We has about a dozen projects at work, where we are running behind on.

Wouldn't you know, the outside projects start next week, up in a man lift.

Oh well. In six months I'll be complaining that it's hot. :D
 
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another "ice age"????
Climate change for sure
Well, it's gettin' into Dec in these N latitudes. Reminds me of the Winters of '55 & '56, my first ones here in WA (up from San Francisco) at age 5. It snowed a lot. We burrowed through snow drifts in our backyard, and went sledding on local hills. This was on the N end of the Seattle area.
 

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Well, it's gettin' into Dec in these N latitudes. Reminds me of the Winters of '55 & '56, my first ones here in WA (up from San Francisco) at age 5. It snowed a lot. We burrowed through snow drifts in our backyard, and went sledding on local hills. This was on the N end of the Seattle area.
I don't go anywhere near '55, but can remember as a kid more snow. However, it hasn't been this cold for days on end this early before (or at least as I remember).
 

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This last blast of Fraser freeze-air has been too cold and nippy for my old bones, in spite of the fact that I'm buffered by the Olympics and enjoy the moderating effects of the Pacific Ocean. I've been keeping busy with indoor stuff.
 
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