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Old 04-07-2018, 04:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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It was 70deg earlier this week and supposed to be in the 60s tomorrow and then hi 70s by Wednesday. Last night I had to scrap frozen mist of my windshield after our AAW Chapter meeting. The roads felt a touch slick driving home. This is how it looked when I went to feed the horses this morning.
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Must be nice to be in balmy Colorado . Supposed to be 2 inches of snow overnight here . Hope the bluebird I saw today survives . Quite sure the swallow I saw a month ago didn`t .
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Was up in your neck of the woods Mar 13-16. Same type pattern 13, 14, & 15. On the 16th when it was time to come back to TX, had to scrape half an inch of ice and snow off the truck. Of course it was 80 here yesterday, 31 here this morning, and will be 80 again tomorrow, here. Darn you Al Gore.
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We'll take the moisture any way we can get it. It will be a long summer and we've already had some fires which fortunately got controlled fast.
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Aren't those trees pretty !!!! . Someone should devise a way to make pens that could capture and preserve that beauty.
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Thanks for the pictures. That's the way like to see that type of weather, in pictures. That's why I live in Texas and complain when we do get that here. The grass and weeds are green and really taking off here. The trees were blooming and leafing out then we had hail, rain and strong winds along with threats of tornadoes. Typical day in Texas.
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