Good morning from Tampa. Have a great day everyone.
Good morning from NE Ohio. Snow on the ground two days ago but golfers on the courses yesterday.
Thanks for the pics, Nels.
Good Morning from clear and cool Northeast Wisconsin. Sunny blue skies and snow disappearing. High in the 20's today but supposed to be in the 50's next week when our deck gets built.
Foggy as all-get-out out [and I expect much sympathy from those living in coastal areas!!] .... but a pleasant -8 C. and more/better for the foreseeable future. Took a short drive last nite hoping to see the northern lights, but the fog soon put the kibosh on that. Spring must be here.... the town put the small snow-blower along the bottoms* of the ditches yesterday and Tuesday.
* = they "open up" the ditches.... with the idea that it will allow easier/faster run-off and reduce the chances of localized flooding. Does anybody know whether this works? [I acknowledge the need to keep culverts open, but I'm not sure about the ditches.]
[As usual] I got skunked in Lotto 6/49 last nite .... nonetheless I wish a good day to everybody.
Good morning, one and all.
I figure that it's WORTH the money, at age 76, to have somebody ELSE change the oil, since it's not very warm out, and my garage is too full of junk to work inside.
Also going to finish a custom-made Squared Eel banjo for a client.
I have to do house cleaning to get ready for the house keeper to clean my house.
Stay off the slopes if you are in the west side of the Rockies around my place.
The avalanche warning has gone to "extreme" for the next week.
Been a few really close calls ( people digging themselves out) in the last couple of days.
Nobody died so that will never make the news.
The Selkirk Mountain range is south of me,
reporting their average snowfall again this winter so far 60'.
Good late morning from sunny, cool Kingston, Ontario. It's -6C now, will warm up to -2C and drop to -14C tonight. Today is the worst pun of the year. Ask what the date is. When they say "March 4th", march straight ahead, or "march forth"
"It was forty years ago today" that folksinger David Campbell played Mariposa Mainland, the venue at Harbourfront, Toronto, run by the Mariposa Folk Festival. And two years ago today a gang of squirrels took advantage of the bird feeder.
Have a great day!
'Leo Fender Banjo' 1 hr
'my homemade mandolins' 2 hrs
'Stage Guns' 3 hrs
'Dobson Martin Brothers' 3 hrs