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  1. #1
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    Here are two pics taken out at the cottage on Dec 1






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    Beautifull, Where is the cottage?

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    Brrrrr....but pretty.

    I feel about Old Man Winter like Lynard Skynard felt about Neil Young: "Southern boy don't need him 'round any how."

    Happy shovelling...
    "That's good enough..." usually isn't.

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    Beautiful pics Don, but what's that white stuff all over everything.
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    Nice Pix of fresh snow!

    We got our fresh snow last Saturday. Lot of already melted. We only got about 2" tho...


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    My wife and went back east a few years back in the summer. Everything was green and beautiful. She kept reminding me "it gets white in the winter". If I could find a place that waslike that only 2 wks a year I would move there.
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    The snow has so far been pushed back up to Canada by the warm fronts coming up from the south. I just hope this continues until I set that 90 ton RTU on the 21st of Dec.

    The first snow is pretty. It is the 30th and 40th day of snow that gets to me. Oh well that is why the Lord invented jet planes.

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    It has been cold here to, we are only 65 deg. during the day and had two nights get down to 40.

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    Originally posted by ct2
    Beautifull, Where is the cottage?
    The cottage is about 35 miles north of Ottawa, Ont. That was the first snowfall of the year, very pretty. It actually wasn't very cold, I didn't even have gloves on as I wandered through the woods taking 45 pictures!

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    Originally posted by Don Sleeth
    Originally posted by ct2
    Beautifull, Where is the cottage?
    The cottage is about 35 miles north of Ottawa, Ont. That was the first snowfall of the year, very pretty. It actually wasn't very cold, I didn't even have gloves on as I wandered through the woods taking 45 pictures!

    don
    35 miles north of Ottawa....hmmm....sounds like the perfect place for all our snow this year, Don. We will try and send you all of it..most of the storms that come off of the Great Lakes seem to miss us here in the "Banana Belt" of S.W. Ontario (London,Ont.)
    Nice country that you have a cottage in...execpt that cold temperature in the winter.

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    Those paths remind me of the roads I used to drive running service at 2AM in January! LOL
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    What you left the freezer doors open and every thing frosted up?


    Nice pictures, I wish I could drive to snow like that for a few hours.......

    ( I would be deep frozen till mid-summer if I lived in that.. It's a brutal cold here; 39°f out in the fields....LOL )
    Good Luck and Happy Holidays.

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    What is snow? Is it that white stuff in a freezer?

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    We used to get snow like that every time it snowed in the winter. Now-a-days we get that kinda snow a couple times a winter. In fact we just got a wintery blast around a week ago... dang near 1/4" of snow :-(

    I don't like workin in the stuff, but I do miss enjoying the sights like that (and playing in the snow too).

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