Discussion in 'General Chatter & Off Topic' started by Vital Limits, Feb 21, 2018.
Feels like summer just hit here in NJ... I'm in shorts,, no I wont post any pictures..
Nice to be in the 70's, but mother nature probably has a couple more curve balls left for is, it is still winter.
You know it Brian.
Spring like here in GA!
I agree as I am thinking about having to start cutting the grass already. Never had to cut it in Feb. before that I can remember.
Took the dog for a ride in the golf cart wearing just a T-shirt & shorts, Fixed the gutters where the ice pulled them loose, annnnd today' it's sleeting freezing rain & snow . Suppsed to help my daughter move today, not sure I can get there from here .
It snowed here in Texas yesterday but temps will be back in the 60s this weekend.
Changed up , went to high of 50 here today.. No wander why " mother nature" is referenced as a woman..
True story friends . Skipped helping my daughter, they were on the snow side of the storm an got 5" of new snow, I got about 3" of mixed ice & sleet snow fog....
Enough, I'm Ready for Spring gobblers!! Bring on the Thunder chickens with beards dragging the ground, Sorry I'm off topic, I'll be good now .
I,m tired of this rain,drizzle,fog,mud ,wind ,an see on the susky river graph chart high water coming this way.lots of wood covering the water looking from the coniwingo dam up river far as you can see from what I hear..
My springs are really pouring the water out, they turned dirty today and that's never a good a good sign.
Mid 60s today an still raining but suppose to stop around noon .going to get some shooting in today rain or shine as I have arrows to test.the grass is really turning green an my mowers done for except my lawnboy push mower another case of having my prioritys wrong an got a couple guns instead of a mower
You southerner's, got's it made . Upper 30's and raining for the third day in a row. Mud, & muck, the dog won't even go out there unless I go tooooo
I ain't seen the sunshine sense, I don't know when
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