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Posted By farmboy57,
Mar 21, 2013 at 6:51 AM
4+ tons this year,..... and still feeding!
once again Don222 does it. not one but two jerry cans next to the stove while running....................
One silver lining in this forecast is that it's great for maple syrup production....Something very important for the local economy where I live as my county is the biggest producer of maple syrup in New York State. Given we had a horrible year last year with the very early warm weather, we need a better than average year this year. If the forecast you posted holds true for my area, it will greatly benefit the large and small local producers.
Keep your eyes peeled, you don't want this to happen to you
Yes, but they are EMPTY. LOL
"So I was wrong! You want to make something out of it?"
One year ago today it was 83 degrees here...
Global warming my ass, if the globe could be warmed dont you think the pool contractors would make it happen
the fumes from emptys make a bigger BOOM
The North Atlantic Oscillation is negative this winter, resulting in the weather situation shown on the illustration below.
jetstrøm = jetstream
kold & sne = cold & snow
varm & mindre havis = warm & less sea ice
kold & tør = cold & dry
varm & fugtig = warm & humid
kold & mere havis = cold & more sea ice
Here in Denmark we have had the coldest march in 71 years!! with a lot of snow. Some houses have been almost buried in snow. See photo.
Yes, my point exactly. You didn't really think I was blaming this on the trumped up global warming hoax did you? If you did, I have some carbon credits I'd be happy to sell you in exchange for some pellets.
Had one guy at Home Depot tell me that the reason Mother Nature is hammering New England is beacause you
voted for Obama?? Guess he was a Republican.
This weather is a big PIA.....I actually burned ALL my GT's and had to throw a bag of Somersets in the stove today!
I'm NOT happy
At least you have the 'Sets to throw in. Can't get them up here.
Now you all know why you keep a few extras around, nature doesn't care about your planning, those forecasts, or climate models.
This was common back in the 80's and 90's here. I have been out in the snow in March digging out dead wood out of the snow to try to dry it by the wood stove. In the last ten years there was a year when I burned into May.
Got spoiled the last four or five years.
I turned my pellet stove off last year on March 16th...still loading the hopper this year
Finally able to get outside with insulated shirtjac instead of the winter coat Thunder Bay is supposed to get the snow - 3-1/2 hours ride to the East...
We finally enjoyed sunny mid to upper 50's the past 2 days