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Russell wrote:
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Oh, and just because.... I was a dumbass and forgot to take the cover off the gazebo on my deck. Guess what collapsed this morning because there was so much snow on it?


 the garage?


 Christmas tree?



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Russell wrote:
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Oh, and just because.... I was a dumbass and forgot to take the cover off the gazebo on my deck. Guess what collapsed this morning because there was so much snow on it?


 the garage?


 that would take some doing!  The garage is flush to the house, right under the guest bedroom.



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Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


This time of year is the Bell Canada Cup for kids hockey in Ottawa.  It's a major hockey tournament.

They had to bring the outdoor games indoors because it was too cold for the ice.

Yup, too frigging cold for ice, which gets brittle and chips easily creating ruts. 


 You guys are going to be -20 on Sunday and that's in Fahrenheit, celcius got be -100 or so or feel like it


 -32 c equals -26 f.



-- Edited by senior on Wednesday 27th of December 2017 08:51:15 PM


 its so cold, I'm burning cats. Fortunately, we have plenty.



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tjlincoln wrote:
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Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


This time of year is the Bell Canada Cup for kids hockey in Ottawa.  It's a major hockey tournament.

They had to bring the outdoor games indoors because it was too cold for the ice.

Yup, too frigging cold for ice, which gets brittle and chips easily creating ruts. 


 You guys are going to be -20 on Sunday and that's in Fahrenheit, celcius got be -100 or so or feel like it


 -32 c equals -26 f.



-- Edited by senior on Wednesday 27th of December 2017 08:52:17 PM

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SensKat wrote:

Oh, and just because.... I was a dumbass and forgot to take the cover off the gazebo on my deck. Guess what collapsed this morning because there was so much snow on it?


 the garage?



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Homer wrote:
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Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


This time of year is the Bell Canada Cup for kids hockey in Ottawa.  It's a major hockey tournament.

They had to bring the outdoor games indoors because it was too cold for the ice.

Yup, too frigging cold for ice, which gets brittle and chips easily creating ruts. 


 You guys are going to be -20 on Sunday and that's in Fahrenheit, celcius got be -100 or so or feel like it



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tjlincoln wrote:
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Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


 Oh believe me. She doesn't want to be here. Old age and health problems finally caught up with her.


 Man, sorry to hear about that.  Going thru the same thing with my Mom and wife's Mom too, it sucks.


 My wife's mom had to cancel her trip to Florida because of a stroke. All my excuses for going to Florida gone.



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senior wrote:
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Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


 Oh believe me. She doesn't want to be here. Old age and health problems finally caught up with her.


 Man, sorry to hear about that.  Going thru the same thing with my Mom and wife's Mom too, it sucks.



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Oh boy, USA vs. Canada outdoors. Indoors would sure be better in that weather

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tjlincoln wrote:

Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


This time of year is the Bell Canada Cup for kids hockey in Ottawa.  It's a major hockey tournament.

They had to bring the outdoor games indoors because it was too cold for the ice.

Yup, too frigging cold for ice, which gets brittle and chips easily creating ruts. 



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tjlincoln wrote:

Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


 Oh believe me. She doesn't want to be here. Old age and health problems finally caught up with her.



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Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???

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Oh, and just because.... I was a dumbass and forgot to take the cover off the gazebo on my deck. Guess what collapsed this morning because there was so much snow on it?

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our poor mom. This is her first winter back here in about 30 years, and its starting to look like its going to be a beast.


 especially if she's been in Florida or someplace hot and humid.  We had over 2 inches of snow here in Seattle on Christmas I see where u guys had -2 F which is really really cold.


 hahaha... I woke up to a foot of snow on my driveway on Christmas.


 Going to minus 32 tonight. And that's without the wind chill.


 Was going to plug my car in and realized I have no block heater.



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tjlincoln wrote:
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our poor mom. This is her first winter back here in about 30 years, and its starting to look like its going to be a beast.


 especially if she's been in Florida or someplace hot and humid.  We had over 2 inches of snow here in Seattle on Christmas I see where u guys had -2 F which is really really cold.


 She was in Del Boca Vista.


 Morty Seinfeld still in charge?  It's gotta be a huge adjustment for her.


 she got tired of all the impeachments.



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SensKat wrote:
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our poor mom. This is her first winter back here in about 30 years, and its starting to look like its going to be a beast.


 especially if she's been in Florida or someplace hot and humid.  We had over 2 inches of snow here in Seattle on Christmas I see where u guys had -2 F which is really really cold.


 hahaha... I woke up to a foot of snow on my driveway on Christmas.


 So I'm guessing my 2 inches didn't impress you


 We can trade if you'd like?


 The snow out here melts in a day or two, I'm sure your snow hangs around forever



 
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