Ice And Snow Headed Your Way?

Discussion in 'Countryside Families' started by paulaswolfpack, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. paulaswolfpack

    paulaswolfpack Well-Known Member

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  2. nehimama

    nehimama An Ozark Engineer Supporter

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    It's gorgeous & sunny right now, but the forecast for this afternoon on looks rather ornery. I'm all prepped & ready.

    Paula, please PM me if you still need the shower chair.

    NeHi
     

  3. babysteps

    babysteps living at 6800 feet

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    In S. IN we are to have ice and snow tonight and Sunday. We went and purchaced the basics plus stocked up on things we were out of. I haven't been power shopping in about 4 weeks (due to our canned veg., venison and stocking up on sales) and only spent $100.00 today. I hope it's another 4 weeks before I go back to the store. One thing that help was I prepared the menue for the week today and not on Sunday like I usually do. Had I prepared tommrow I would have to shop in the ice.

    Everyone stay safe.

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  4. A'sta at Hofstead

    A'sta at Hofstead Turkey Wrangler

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    Hi Paula, good to see you! I hope you and your stay safe! We are looking at some very high winds here and very cold, we are prepared!
     
  5. Faustus

    Faustus Übernerd

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    Rumor has it we'll get some snow and sleet either tomorrow or Tuesday. Yesterday we had a pretty wild (but short) hail storm while I was at the grocery store. You could hear the hail pounding on the roof, which scared some of the little kids who were there.

    Personally, I wouldn't mind some snow, but I'm not trying to run a farm or take care of livestock, either. Snow would be preferable to the abundance of mud we have at the moment, anyway.