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It's a sunny Friday, temp at 42°F (5°C), snow melting slowly which is good as the weekend of 22-24 will provide temperature at 60°F (15°C).

Time to get the motorcycle ready. Just waiting for the roads to be cleaned from all gravel.

Edited by Nirvana

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We hit a record high for this date - 72 F .  Very sunny skies, snow almost gone except in deep shade areas. BUT don't break out the shorts and flip-flops just yet, going to have a 30 degree drop in next couple of days....

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Sunday = A Sunny Day, and so it is. A Beautiful clear sky no wind. Snow melting but not creating any floods.
Temp at mid-day is 40°F. Went out for a walk with Murphy between 3 and 4. Now at 48°. Very nice!

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Got into the mid 50s today. Got my car washed and the trailer put away in it's parking pad. (Took it out to set it up in hopes that this new to us method of camping is just around the corner, along with the warm weather). Went to the Lowes and bought the wrong lock so that I can make the mandatory return trip tomorrow to exchange for the right one, then to the bank to move enough money to cover the rubber check I wrote yesterday. The got my youngest kid's car running. Decided that was enough physical labor for one day and didn't wash the family or wife's car and took an afternoon nap.

 

I noticed this large yellow orb in the sky the whole time. I vaguely remember seeing such a thing at some point in the past but I'm pretty certain it is not a good thing.:huh::wacko: 

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21 hours ago, lmagna said:

I noticed this large yellow orb in the sky the whole time. I vaguely remember seeing such a thing at some point in the past but I'm pretty certain it is not a good thing.:huh::wacko: 

Lou, 

That yellow orb does exists, it's not a myth. And it's a good thing.

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