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Moderator Nicole Alderman is without internet until further notice. This is her husband. I made an account from work to let you guys know. She though y'all might want to know. Thanks.
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♥♥♥ THANK YOU!!! ♥♥♥ LOVE YOU!!! ♥♥♥

I was trying to pass out, when I needed to sneeze. Since I was up, I saw the internet had all it's lights up, and the power was on. So I booted up the poor computer. I have no idea when/if power and internet will go out again. Branches keep snapping from the weight of the snow.

I better post this before the power/internet die again!
 
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Staff has been alerted - thank you!! Take care and stay warm you guys!!
 
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Be Safe guys.
 
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I like the car
 
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Looks like we switched places Nicole!  It was about 60 and sunny on Saturday and Sunday here and almost everything melted....yikes!  We'll be below zero again soon.
 
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I blame the banana car intro picture for this inappropriate link.  I can't help it, my brain is wired wrong (or it never matured past a 12 year old's).

Blankets
Rmh's
Candles in pottery
Extra clothing
Etc, etc.....


but this is probably the best way to "endure" the cold and dark evening.....





 
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I'm down here in the balmy south... south Puget Sound, that is, and have seen (TV) the 'north' sound area getting buried in snow the last couple of weeks.   Best wishes for your 'full recovery' : )   I  know you're having an adventure... and we'll be missing your're enchanting input... for awhile : )  Stay safe.... ox
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:Snow much snow!

Internet's been out most of the day, so we went on a sled ride and enjoyed the snow.



Looks a lot like Wisconsin. Been snowing on and off all day, and I think we're getting more tomorrow.
 
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I personally visited Punxsuntawney Phil yesterday, at Gobbler's Knob. (we've had so little snow, and temps in the 30's, so it seemed like THE year to make the trek after joking about it for years.)  HE promises an early spring, (perhaps only for us in the north eastern U.S.A.?  But I did meet folks FROM UTAH who came JUST for the weather report!!!)   It started snowing just before the groundhog made his prediction, and got thicker as the morning progressed.  We waited for the storm to pass before we headed home, then drove 5 hours through snow covered vistas and arrived to a winter wonderland at home.  But it IS already melting, with 50degree temps today and tomorrow.  So I'll believe the "prognosticator of prognosticators" this year, and wish an early and HAPPY SPRING to all!
 
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Nichole

Did you really marry that fine looking racing banana claiming to be your husband? <G>
 
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Yes, yes I did. He's an avid Hot Wheel collector right now, so our house is FULL of miniature cars and racing tracks.

And lot of shenanigans. Thus the name of his youtube channel Two-Lane Shenanigans .
 
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Well, HotDog! That looks like a great (vegie) Avatar. If there's bunches of them, maybe you should pick on out for you, too!


Cheers,
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That's one fine job modeling the banana racer. My cousin used to do work like that. Far, far beyond my detail level.

Hope he keeps on with art like that.


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