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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-03-2012, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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More Snow Today;

With the sunshine peaking through now and then and the days being 5 minuets 48 seconds longer with each new dawn, this guy and I are both patiently waiting.



It will still be some time before all of this melts off.


Kill the hens you kill the river.
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Love the pics.Especially the one of the eagle.I set it as my background on my puter.
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with the sunshine peaking through now and then and the days being 5 minuets 48 seconds longer with each new dawn, this guy and i are both patiently waiting.


you look'n at me? Why you look'n at me?

Bummer the Eagle Pic is gone???
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Old picture?

Looks like an old picture. Seems we have twice as much snow now and more every day. Worried about blown out streams and rivers all year.

Getting a new switch for the valley kings. So I ask now, will you help me break it in, or maybe even break it?
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Broke the record today!

Anchorage broke the record for snowfall in a single season today! We're now working toward 14' down in the flatlands. My home is at 1600' and we've got a lot more. Four more inches just today. Gotta plow the drive, but I have nowhere to put it!

Spring is only two months away! June 11th one way or another.
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I have no idea of how much fell here because much melted as it fell. Yesterday morn there were about 8" on the deck and today about 4 more. I have opted not to plow because it is on the melt already.

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