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PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:37 am 
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To cold. -10 I have the pellet stove on and my space heater with steamer going.. Maybe in a couple hours I can get working..
MAINE SUCKS IN THE WINTER


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Brrrrrrr....

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Hey LB,

You always welcome to spend the winter here :wink:

OH man and here I am sitting with no shirt on :shock:

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Had 20 degrees here this morning, hardly compares to -10. Keep your toes warm LB.

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Paul Gauthier wrote:
Had 20 degrees here this morning, hardly compares to -10. Keep your toes warm LB.





Yeah we are a little more north then you Paul..
I knew it was cold when the car seat was hard.

I just hope it don't dip down to 40 below. 40 below is when you hear the trees snap in the woods, sounds like a 22 gun going off..last time it was 40 below here in Milo Maine it was about 17 years ago.. It took the car a whole day to warm up. after you started the thing about 4 hours later with batteries and more batteries.


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We had the same thing last week...


...Today it's up past 50. :roll:

No wonder I have a cold. :(

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