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Old 02-11-2008, 03:04 PM   #1
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Been a cold expensive winter

Well up here in the Great White North (Canada eh!) we're patiently waiting for the cold to let up.

Been shopping online for goodies for the trailer and they're stacking up in the garage waiting to go in.

So far: a pair of Zipdee chairs, oxygenics shower head, Honda eu1000 genny, water accumulator, sewer solution, extension cord, BAL wheel lock, new floor in trailer courtesy dealer plus some other odds and ends waiting to get installed.

The tow vehicle got some goodies too, chip, new exhaust, Bilstein shocks, better fuel system, new Nav/stereo, tool box, turbo temp monitor.

Looking at this in black and white, I think I'll wait on a new tv..haha

We've made some reservations in PEI and NB for the summer.

Now if only the summer would come...
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Old 02-11-2008, 03:59 PM   #2
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Sounds like summer better come soon before your visa card bursts into flames
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Old 02-11-2008, 05:47 PM   #3
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yeah I know.

I CAN"T WAIT...hehe
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Old 02-11-2008, 06:46 PM   #4
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I used to live in the Adirondacks so I know that song. We had about 9 months of winter 2 months of thaw and then black fly season
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Freezing over here in Kamloops BC lots of snow The old Airstream is half buried and wants to come out. Spring is around the corner.........lets hope so.

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I used to live in the Adirondacks so I know that song. We had about 9 months of winter 2 months of thaw and then black fly season
Same here, Keene and Saranac Lake. Last year I was there it got down to 40 below. Used to snow shoe in to the camps to shovel off the roofs. Step out of the snow shoes and you were up to your waist in snow.
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Lots of snow in southwestern montana this year too,,, over old Dieters head for sure,,, the mini dachshund,,, guess that is not saying too much except it is deep!!!!! happy trails,, the streams are calling,, donna
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Maritime resident of the Great White North.

Bracing for another storm tomorrow, on the heels of Sundays storm (less than predicted, only 15cm). Another 15cm snow tomorrow mixed with 20 m's rain and freezing rain. Oh, joy!
Snowbanks are so high, my 10 year old Flowering Crab tree is disappearing. Unfortunately, so is the fire hydrant marker. Driving is a nightmare and intersections have become a game of chance.

Wish I was a winter person!
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Ice Road...

Talkin of the COLD... the other day I watched all my 3 DVD's of the Ice Road Truckers... *hit... I almost froze with WOW ?... LOL... I kn why these Guys do it, but I dont know HOW they do it... anyone out there fancy haulin thier Airstream across the ice... jus 4 the sheer hell-of-it ??? ...Chris.....
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