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    Smile

    The tree's are blooming their leaves. The grass is green and the clover is back. Time for the wife to start mowing! But I stick to my long johns until they stick to me!

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    My wife is pissed !!! Her flowers are already starting to come up. This weather has been crazy. We never really had a winter her this year. We had about a week of frigid temps , but for the most part it has been pretty mild.

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    Smile refrtech

    I spent about a week in Maryland, in 1973. When I left there, it was in March, there was a Blizzard coming, so my dad said take the Pennsylvania Turnpike, I was only 18 then. Driving home to South Texas. I left Maryland at 6pm and was Indianapolis at 8am. What a ride. Loved the tunnels.

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    if spring is here, why was i out all night friday working on two large steam boilers? i must have forgotten to tell the customer.

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    Not that bad of a winter up this way ( eastern mass. ) plenty of snow but I haven't had to wear my cold weather gear that much. Were getting snow tomorrow 4-7 inches but its not that cold for february and the world champion Red Sox are at spring training, life is good.
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    Originally posted by oroy54
    Time for the wife to start mowing!
    With all the mental images of her in the tub, I can only imagine what she looks like doing yard work.

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    My wife is one cool chick

    She said that her mother said, Don't put that thing in your mouth. Well she does! She is just fine! I love her with all my heart! Roy

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    We also had a very mild winter, I have no doubt a blizzard will hit in March though.
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    Growing up in Maryland and later in Wyoming I always saw the arrival of the robins as a sign of spring. Here in Ft Worth it's the opposite....They show up in November and head North in early March.
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    Re: refrtech

    Originally posted by oroy54
    I spent about a week in Maryland, in 1973. When I left there, it was in March, there was a Blizzard coming, so my dad said take the Pennsylvania Turnpike, I was only 18 then. Driving home to South Texas. I left Maryland at 6pm and was Indianapolis at 8am. What a ride. Loved the tunnels.
    Huh?

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    Re: My wife is one cool chick

    Originally posted by oroy54
    She said that her mother said, Don't put that thing in your mouth. Well she does! She is just fine! I love her with all my heart! Roy
    If she or her mother see this post, "it" won't be back there for a very long time... :-)

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    Re: Re: My wife is one cool chick

    Originally posted by control_noob
    Originally posted by oroy54
    She said that her mother said, Don't put that thing in your mouth. Well she does! She is just fine! I love her with all my heart! Roy
    If she or her mother see this post, "it" won't be back there for a very long time... :-)
    Can she multi-task???
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    Above average temps in new york = very slow heating season so far.

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