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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by woodsman23, Oct 27, 2011.
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Any bass in that pond?
I'm just a bit south of you,,,,,, personally I can't wait for it,,, I love snow,,,,,,,
BTW,,, looks like a beautiful ranch you got there,,,,
Many many bass, up to 6lbs... sorry mods i should have placed this in the pic forum...
Nice. Always wanted to build a pond in my yard. I live on 4 open acres but never pulled the trigger.
Nice!(if you like that stuff)!
Hey you must live near me. I'm near Wayland.
Believe it or not, there are rednecks in New Jersey who like to fish, hunt, drive a pick up, and listen to Country music. And I am one of them! Hysterical, I know!
I don't need to see that.
Yeah I'm getting it too. its a higher elevation snow
Ah crap! its starting here too! :sick:
I think it would be more appropriate over there. Hang on, here we go....
Glad I'm in the tropical part of New England.
Wow, I need to put the plow on!
Those trees & bushes with leaves are going to get their branches stretched & strength tested.
We can get ours at anytime.
No worries yet Jay. We have sleet in the forecast here. Nothing yet but we'll see about later tonight. Snow to our north but no snow plowing needs to be done for a while. This is much too early for that.
aw, the purdy! try saying that in about 3 months!
around here, it is cold enough to snow, but it has been missing us...and not by much. about 1 hr to the east from here got a bit of a wake up call this week.
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Nice pictures woodsman23, nothing for snow here.
They keep changing their minds but one channel at least thinks we are going to get 6 inches Saturday. We still have some green trees and I havent even started leaf raking yet!
Load up the stoves gentlemen
Awesome graphic Zap, looks like global warming moved the snow band south of us.
I'll take it, if we could get through the end of November without any big snow I'll be happy.
Right over top of me. Crap. Guess I'm covering stacks today.
Ended up with just over 4 inches in upstate NY. This pic was taken at 4pm before the heavy snow hit through the evening.
Yep, I am taking this as the sign that it is time to get the rest of this year's burn under a roof.