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    Default Spring in Saskabush

    Yeah, right

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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    I shoveled 14" on Monday...I feel your pain. I have close to 4' still left on my back deck...my poor grill, I can't even find it anymore...a few more inches are expected today...

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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    Poor guys, it was 73f yesterday should be 75 Sunday.
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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    Now that is just cruel, he, he...

    We had some light snow with 80k winds last night, I'm scared to see what the end of my driveway looks like

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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    Hope Spring comes soon, I will be driving to Alaska through Canada in a couple weeks! Should leave the states by about April 19th or so and due in Alaska before May 1st! Time to go to work!!

    Have fun Don....

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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    Careful on the highways Jim !

    Have you got your tire chains packed ?

    Looking forward to some jet boat pics...

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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    It was 83 windy degrees in Carlsbad NM today. We set up at Brantly Mud Puddle State Park. It used to be Brantly Lake before the drought.
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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    One more tease, from "northern" California, Don. I've been out twice photographing early season wildflowers.

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    Default Re: Spring in Saskabush

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Kondra View Post
    Careful on the highways Jim !

    Have you got your tire chains packed ?

    Looking forward to some jet boat pics...

    Cheers, Don

    No tire chains but have good off road / all season tires and 4 wheel drive, if I need anything more than that I will be pulled over and relaxing in the 5th wheel! I don't plan on messing with bad weather, if I have to wait a day or so, then so be it!

    I am really looking forward to the change in scenery - Denali is someplace I have always wanted to visit and being able to work there for 5 months and see it by living it is more than I could hope for, I expect I will take a picture or two and may get a couple good ones!

    Today is 72 and sunny in Arizona...

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