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That was a freak ice storm off a lake in Switzerland a few years ago.

In truth, last winter where I live, we only had 1" of snow and very few days were below freezing. The only reason I cover the boat is to protect my teak decking from frost heave.

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You know..every time I go to the Americas there is allways stuff falling on my head..snow, storms, big rains...

You guys have a bad weather problem..
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You seem to pick the wrong places to go. It's gorgeous here - November and it looks like a fine Spring day out there.

I just now took this photo from my office window . . . nothing falling from the sky, and leaves still green.



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Hey that looks liek the fences I saw when I was in Gettysburg, PA.

I loved it there. I satyed 3 days and walked every thing skermish from both sides...I had a very good time and the weather was fine. I did that in 1994, with my wife, when we toured America for 3 months...we had nothing to do then...and no Fred...I loved PA, I visited the Amish, Harrisburg, where I went to the Eagles concert in Hershey...etc.

Got out before the cold got to us. Left in end of October.
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Giu,
Did you get to Philadelphia? Great little city except for sports.
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when we toured America for 3 months...I loved PA, I visited the Amish, Harrisburg, Got out before the cold got to us. Left in end of October.

Giu, you must ahve ahd a great travel agent; August, September and October are the best months of the year in this part of the continent!

Hey, is this thread in the running for greatest "topic drift" ? LOL

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Did you get to Philadelphia? Great little city except for sports.
I lived in the Residence Inn in Valley Forge for 4 weeks, my dear Sir...wonderfull place..we used to walk in the park every day, with deer and other animals you guys have...I flew radio control planes there with a few guys I met, bought a Wasburn guitar there too, climbed the stairs where rocky Balboa jumped, and saw a large parade with infalteble dolls.

I lived the hoaggies (sp), and returned home with 25 pounds overweihght...
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Hey, is this thread in the running for greatest "topic drift" ? LOL
The assumption is that labatt's questions were already answered. That gives clearance to do what we want with it . . . (G)

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Indeed, I was just making an observation.

Sometimes that's when the best stuff happens.... witness the "Old Men and Women of the Sea" thread.



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Besides, I have "licence to hijack"....ehehehehehe
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