Re: Winter is here
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- From: "Pam Evans" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2007 19:53:50 -0600
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Looks like the Northeast and the Northwest are getting winter precip -
everyone be careful out there. Dad says they had snow earlier and freezing
rain tonight in NE PA. Yuck!
On 12/2/07, Aplfgcnys@aol.com <Aplfgcnys@aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 12/02/2007 11:55:47 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> well fall will be back tomorrow if you are on the same wind current as I
> Today it is close to 50, last night it was cold and freezing rain...
> I was dreading having to go to my mothers house this morning, which is
> only 30
> ft door to door. Last night, the 3/4 inch of glass ice made it impossible
> get up the slight incline into her door, although it isn't a long incline,
> just enough you can't step over it. DH literally pushed me up it, then I
> him thru it... what a sight! LOL!
> How was your birding trip... I either missed the post or.....
> Donna, the net says we will have "snow showers" and pretty cold
> weather right through this week. Of course we sometimes plan our
> schedules in opposition to what they say because they are so often
> You didn't miss anything. I didn't post anything about the birding
> trip. Didn't want to be boring or depressing. The trip was a success
> in that we got home safely. There were far fewer birds than any time
> we could remember - fewer species and smaller flocks. We asked the
> naturalists at both Bombay Hook and Chincoteague. One said it was
> the late fall, but the other agreed with me that bird migrations are more
> triggered by day length than temperature. Both places, however, blamed
> the severe drought. There was just not enough water in the impoundments
> to attract large flocks. We saw some snow geese both places - enough to
> feel we had our "snow goose fix" for the year - but nothing like the
> we have seen in past years. What was more notable was the number of
> species we did not see at all. On the plus side, there were a pair of
> eagles perched on a structure outside our window overlooking Chincoteague
> Bay several mornings.
> The car had a fit of some sort on the day of the "special drive" out to
> end of the island on the service road that is usually closed. It made
> screeching noises and clanks for the entire 14 miles and back into town.
> This was on Saturday, but the hotel gave us a reference to someone who
> could help. As Chet left the hotel parking lot I could hear the thing
> screeching down the street, but by the time he reached the mechanic, it
> had completely stopped, never to reappear. Thank goodness! We have
> an appointment for it on Tuesday - haven't driven it since we got home,
> it behaved perfectly on the long trip back.
> Then on the last morning, Chet had one of his "spells" of vertigo or
> whatever it is that ails him. He recovered fairly quickly, and seems
> back to normal now, but it gave me a pretty bad scare, and I had to do
> most of the driving back home. He was able to do a couple of the sticky
> spots, but was quickly ready for me to take over again.
> But we did get home safely, and I am very happy and thankful to be here,
> even with the snow. I hope you're right about the weather. We have a
> meeting of my garden club tomorrow - I'm taking a boned and stuffed
> chicken, a tomato aspic ring, and a pot of sausage-cabbage-potato
> soup. I wouldn't have bothered with the soup except that it promises
> to be cold, and I felt we needed something hot. Our plan had been to
> decorate the Lasdon house, as we have done every year since 1992,
> but the management decided they wanted to do it themselves this year,
> so we'll just have a jolly lunch. No skin off our noses.
> Didn't mean to be so long-winded
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