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Thanks for thinking of us G

I shoveled 10" of snow from my driveway and sidewalk, and then did the same for my across the street neighbor who slipped on the ice shoveling his driveway last week and injured his shoulder.

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Werebeagle,

I'm sorry to hear about your neighbor. Hope his shoulder gets better soon. I looked at our weather forcast for tomorrow and it looks like mid 60's and partly cloudy early, scattered showers later. I'm just glad the scattered showers are the water kind. I saw a movie last week that had some snow in it and I think that'll do me for this year. I've seen enough.

I'll be thinking of y'all tomorrow when me and my family get the boat out for a while.

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stop it ... I'll be thinking of you next hurricane season ...
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Hey...maybe I'll move North for the summer.
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Well, he was supposed to get an MRI today, but was unable to get out of the the driveway.

We usually don't get that much snow here in the boulder area, but we've had over 3 feet in the last 16 days. I can't even get to my new to me C15 to do any of the work I'd like to do on it before next season. Usually the snow melts within a couple of days, but right now the pile on the side of my driveway is about 8 feet high.

Charlie

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Sorry for the thread hi-jack, and congrats on the solo canoeman.

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