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Old 10-19-2004, 01:55 AM   #1
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It's winter, let's see some OT pics!

Okay, so maybe it's still autumn where you are, heck, maybe it's only cold in the frozen food ailse of the grocery store! Winter hit here I did not move here because I like cold, snow or ice. I know there are colder places (Edmonton) to live, but I just want to hibernate (however, Trevor will not let me ).

Here's a few pics of the ugly day Calgary had.
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wow, it was in the nineties here today in dallas. Good swimming weather LOL
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oh man! I don't want to think abiut snow yet!
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We never get snow, just ice.
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Re: It's winter, let's see some OT pics!

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I did not move here because I like cold, snow or ice. I know there are colder places (Edmonton) to live, but I just want to hibernate
Hah...you ain't seen nothin' yet...wait until it hits -38ºC...with a stiff breeze!
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in CT its in the high 50's today, and heck thats cold enough for me!! i miss my florida trip this summer lol
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Hah...you ain't seen nothin' yet...wait until it hits -38ºC...with a stiff breeze!
I was here last winter!
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Hah...you ain't seen nothin' yet...wait until it hits -38ºC...with a stiff breeze!
I was here last winter!
Yeah...but last winter was unusually mild! :P
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Bull!!! We got here and it was -30 and then there was all of February. If that was mild, I'm packing up and moving back to the states.
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Since moving here 18 years ago, I consider any winter mild where we don't have at least 14 days that are below -35....a week or two of -30 is simply a given. :P
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