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Hamonic deserves that G!!!

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goalie pulled



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Cathy wrote:
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tjlincoln wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:
Cathy wrote:
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Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!


 I think I'd be slightly paranoid about racoons taking the food on the patio.

 

I do have to have the conversation about outside food storage with my mom at Easter once in a while (e.g. it's 11C, no you can't keep stuff outside anymore!)

 


 I don't know if raccoons are an issue around here, haven't seen one yet. And, strangely enough, I had more squirrels and rabbits (and coyotes) in my urban-but-next-to-a-flood-control-channel home in Irvine than my bordering-on-the-edge-of-near-ruraldom home in Vancouver.


 We had a coyote in our yard today and raccoons are all over PNW - can be an issue when pet food left out 


 or pets themselves. 


 Oh man, probably another thing I'm going to hell for for laughing too hard.


coyotes love cats. they are like wings for them.  



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Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:

Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!


 I think I'd be slightly paranoid about racoons taking the food on the patio.

 

I do have to have the conversation about outside food storage with my mom at Easter once in a while (e.g. it's 11C, no you can't keep stuff outside anymore!)

 


 I don't know if raccoons are an issue around here, haven't seen one yet. And, strangely enough, I had more squirrels and rabbits (and coyotes) in my urban-but-next-to-a-flood-control-channel home in Irvine than my bordering-on-the-edge-of-near-ruraldom home in Vancouver.


 We had a coyote in our yard today and raccoons are all over PNW - can be an issue when pet food left out 


 or pets themselves. 


 Oh man, probably another thing I'm going to hell for for laughing too hard.


 Coyotes like pets and those guys are athletic as heck 



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Russell wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:

Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!


 I think I'd be slightly paranoid about racoons taking the food on the patio.

 

I do have to have the conversation about outside food storage with my mom at Easter once in a while (e.g. it's 11C, no you can't keep stuff outside anymore!)

 


 I don't know if raccoons are an issue around here, haven't seen one yet. And, strangely enough, I had more squirrels and rabbits (and coyotes) in my urban-but-next-to-a-flood-control-channel home in Irvine than my bordering-on-the-edge-of-near-ruraldom home in Vancouver.


 We had a coyote in our yard today and raccoons are all over PNW - can be an issue when pet food left out 


 or pets themselves. 


 Oh man, probably another thing I'm going to hell for for laughing too hard.



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tjlincoln wrote:
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Has this been very good Ottawa D and Goaltending or does Columbus stink


 


 both



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Cathy wrote:

That takes serious skill to NOT put that in.


 *on a tee*

TWSS



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tjlincoln wrote:

Has this been very good Ottawa D and Goaltending or does Columbus stink


 



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Was about to say Lube but they went one crosscheck too far.



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tjlincoln wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:

Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!


 I think I'd be slightly paranoid about racoons taking the food on the patio.

 

I do have to have the conversation about outside food storage with my mom at Easter once in a while (e.g. it's 11C, no you can't keep stuff outside anymore!)

 


 I don't know if raccoons are an issue around here, haven't seen one yet. And, strangely enough, I had more squirrels and rabbits (and coyotes) in my urban-but-next-to-a-flood-control-channel home in Irvine than my bordering-on-the-edge-of-near-ruraldom home in Vancouver.


 We had a coyote in our yard today and raccoons are all over PNW - can be an issue when pet food left out 


 or pets themselves. 



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-- Edited by tjlincoln on Tuesday 3rd of January 2023 09:29:16 PM

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Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:

Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!


 I think I'd be slightly paranoid about racoons taking the food on the patio.

 

I do have to have the conversation about outside food storage with my mom at Easter once in a while (e.g. it's 11C, no you can't keep stuff outside anymore!)

 


 I don't know if raccoons are an issue around here, haven't seen one yet. And, strangely enough, I had more squirrels and rabbits (and coyotes) in my urban-but-next-to-a-flood-control-channel home in Irvine than my bordering-on-the-edge-of-near-ruraldom home in Vancouver.


 We had a coyote in our yard today and raccoons are all over PNW - can be an issue when pet food left out 



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2-on-1 Sens



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That takes serious skill to NOT put that in.



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Russell wrote:
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I think that might be the first time I've seen the Rideau not frozen.


 Noodle facts.


 That's only about 3km from my place. 



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I wonder if Noodles will ever do Ottawa Bare Fax with Noodles. 



-- Edited by Russell on Tuesday 3rd of January 2023 09:27:23 PM

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Cathy wrote:

I think that might be the first time I've seen the Rideau not frozen.


 Noodle facts.



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Russell wrote:
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Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


 have you got your winter headlight fluid in?


 evileye


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-lFAduYgXs

 

a classic


 Taken up a notch. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6GsXhBb10k



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I think that might be the first time I've seen the Rideau not frozen.



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data_sprite12 wrote:
Cathy wrote:
data_sprite12 wrote:

Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!


 I think I'd be slightly paranoid about racoons taking the food on the patio.

 

I do have to have the conversation about outside food storage with my mom at Easter once in a while (e.g. it's 11C, no you can't keep stuff outside anymore!)

 


 I don't know if raccoons are an issue around here, haven't seen one yet. And, strangely enough, I had more squirrels and rabbits (and coyotes) in my urban-but-next-to-a-flood-control-channel home in Irvine than my bordering-on-the-edge-of-near-ruraldom home in Vancouver.



 
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