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SNOW SNOW SNOW AND MORE SNOW


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:o I HAVE NEVER IN MY LIFE!!!!! I HAVE SEEN SNOW THREE TIMES IN MY LIFE. ONCE AS A CHILD AND I ONLY KNOW THAT FROM PICTURES, ONCE IN 1977 ( SCHOOL WAS OUT FOR A WEEK), AND A FREAK SNOW IN 1993. IT *****DOES NOT SNOW IN ALABAMA***** , FOR THE MOST PART. WHEN IT DOES, *****EVERYTHING SHUTS DOWN. LOL LOL. :D:D

 

 

 

I HAVE BEEN IN KENTUCKY LESS THAN A MONTH AND HAVE ALREADY SEEN 3 SNOWS. IT FREAKS ME OUT. THE *****WORST****** WAS A "SUDDEN" UNEXPECTED ONE AND GUESS WHERE I WAS WHEN IT HAPPENED? 20 MILES FROM HOME**** IN THE MOUNTAINS******, DRIVING, AND HAVING THE BIGGEST PANIC ATTACK OF MY LIFE. PEOPLE WERE SWERVING ALL OVER THE HILLS AND I WAS GLUED TO THE STEERING WHEEL. I WAS SCARED TO DEATH. I HAD TO BUY NEW PANTS WHEN I GOT BACK. :giggle:

 

 

I HAVE DECIDED THE BEST WAY TO DRIVE DURING A SNOW OR SLEET STORM......................................

 

 

DON'T :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance:

 

 

HOW DO YOU YANKS DO THIS?????????????????????????????? LOL. PALEASE TELL. INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW. :o:o:o:o:o

 

 

KIM

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The weather this year has been wierd. In Canada, we've had the warmest weather this year ever. :BashHead:

 

 

I don't call it WEATHER anymore, it's more like WHATEVER. :uhm:

 

 

My dog want's to go out and play snow angels but no snow! :yukyukyuk:

 

 

 

Bill

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Kim,

 

If you live in the snow belt you are taught how to drive on bad roads. Also, the state has more money alloted for snow trucks and salt. The trucks are ready here just at the prediction of snow. I lived in Virginia for a year many years ago and we had a bad snow storm. I stayed home because I knew that people native to the state had not been taught how to drive in snow, and the removal equipment wasn't available. At that time Virginia had two snow plows for the whole state.

 

BTW, we have had snow flakes for the last three days. Yesterday it was snowing and it was 39 degrees. None of has stayed very long. Just too warm. The weatherman says we have seen the last and it will be 50 by Wednesday. I am in northern Illinois, so you must be warmed in Kentucky.

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Maybe that's your calling to come back to Alabama or leave the snow driving to the experienced ones in the family before you have a heart attack. :happydance:

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