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It was in the 50s this past weekend and now it's snowing.¬†ūüėē

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Rainy and mild...bringing forth a bumper crop of wood ear mushrooms.  Still, I need to mow but now the yard is soggy.

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snowing.  ugh!  not much sticking though, but coming down at a good clip.

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7 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

snowing.  ugh!  not much sticking though, but coming down at a good clip.

:o Snowing

 

I cut the grass today since we will be gone for a week, it was close to needing it anyway, 80-84 degrees this week. 

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The weather here has been absolutely beautiful during the past week or so. Our very good local weatherman is calling for sunny skies today with the temperature around 87 degrees. I've been in the pool twice since Saturday and found it to be very refreshing. Pool temp is 74 and tends to take your breath away.2070321025_DSCN1115(2).thumb.JPG.8a382216568b3ce5d0634938554da015.JPG

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Supposedly hitting 70 here Friday then a Saturday high of 40 go figure!  Mid 50's all next week then.  Ugh!

 

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We topped 84 here, but I'm in apocalyptic mode, stayed inside with or 3M 1500 MPR filtered air. 1500 is not to high but this "efficient" new hvac can't handle any more had to get rid of the 1900MPRs that cut way down on dusting here.

Who am I kidding I WILL NOT dust, that's what the bristly brush on the vacuum is for.

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72 yesterday - 32 this morning. Typical 40 degree KC¬†swing ‚ÄĒ‚ėÄÔłŹūüƨ

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we're getting over this last spell of wet/cold. Mid 60's today. Was frost on things this AM.... the wind laid down.  Sposed to push 80 this weekend. I think they are wishing...

Better get used to wind. That is how I define Spring here. The wind blows from sun up to sundown. Summer starts when the wind stops and you are wishing for a breath of moving air.

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On 3/14/2020 at 9:57 PM, dtel said:

:o Snowing

 

I cut the grass today since we will be gone for a week, it was close to needing it anyway, 80-84 degrees this week. 

Yes you and Christy watch out for the snakes in the grass. And keep that light on them night crawlers.

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Beautiful with a chance of Covid-19

 

Probably why they closed the beaches to non residents

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Beach parks in Oahu closed as well.  But the ocean is OK...just figure a way to get out there.

 

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it was actually somewhat pleasant here in the Pacific Northwest. I saw this thing that used to hang in the sky over Southern California -- it's called the sun. 

but, the forecast for next week shows many rainy days.

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Just now, oldtimer said:

Beach parks in Oahu closed as well.  But the ocean is OK...just figure a way to get out there.

 

I may be rare (except for the tourists) but I loved Oahu -- not sure what the correct name is but the Waikiki area.  At night, it was happening. I loved it.  My wife at the time, hated it -- she wanted seclusion. Not me ... lights, noise, activity. It was like the Vegas strip without casinos. Plus I can breathe easy there ... had a bit of a problem with the Asthma when I was on the other side of the island. 

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7 minutes ago, sunburnwilly said:

Beautiful with a chance of Covid-19

 

Probably why they closed the beaches to non residents


Understandable. But is there a belief locals are invincible to the Covid?

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Just now, richieb said:


Understandable. But is there a belief locals are invincible to the Covid?

of course Richie ... it's that foreign disease.

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13 minutes ago, richieb said:


Understandable. But is there a belief locals are invincible to the Covid?

Well there are beaches and it is spring break on overdrive

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23 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

of course Richie ... it's that foreign disease.

 

11 minutes ago, sunburnwilly said:

Well there are beaches and it is spring break on overdrive


BSM -¬†Calling it a ‚ÄúForeign disease‚Ä̬†can label you a xenophobe¬†with the P.C. ‚ÄĒ¬†

So beaches are open and packed with Covid carrying beach bunnies ūüźį? Where is the quarantine? Oh, the humanity‚ÄĒ¬†

 

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1 minute ago, richieb said:

 


BSM -¬†Calling it a ‚ÄúForeign disease‚Ä̬†can label you a xenophobe¬†with the P.C. ‚ÄĒ¬†

So beaches are open and packed with Covid carrying beach bunnies ūüźį? Where is the quarantine? Oh, the humanity‚ÄĒ¬†

 

if I'm going to have an enemy may as well be the PC. 

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6 minutes ago, richieb said:

BSM

Richie ... you can call me Dave.  

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