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Old 02-14-2020, 02:40 AM   #21
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It's been anywhere from low 50s to present temp of 32, going down to 28 tonight. We've gone from rain, to a heavy mist, and then to snow.

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Old 02-14-2020, 11:58 AM   #22
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Up here in Ontario Canada near the border its -30C with the wind chill but warming up on the weekend to a balmy +2 C then going back down to -4C next week. Still have 6 inches of snow on the ground.
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Old 02-14-2020, 01:13 PM   #23
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25 degrees this chilly freezing morning in NE Alabama, just south of Huntsville, over the Tennessee river, which has FLOODED due to the RECORD amount of rain since the first of the year(and, really since Nov when we first moved onto this property in our motorhome and camper)... and NOW, another issue, the only MAIN Interstate 4-Lane divided road from our mountain top area, and down toward the river bridge, has been CLOSED, indefinitely, until FULL repairs can be made to cracks and heaves and crevices now opening up due to the massive amounts of water and water fall, creating washouts UNDER the roadway.... not good. There are little options to getting to town, where we work and go to school.

Also, to add to the negative 'situation', we are going to the folks in GA tomorrow, but getting this 13ton vehicle safely out of this muddy and flooded site is going to be very, very tricky, if at possible at all. There has been so much rain, record rain, that anywhere you move any vehicle when you are not on concrete or asphalt or heavy gravel is going to create a mud hole, a spin out, or both. Fingers crossed. I have it set on railroad ties as a 'permanent' site foundation, which works very well, and keeps the rig off the ground, but backing it off, and to a turn-around spot, and getting down and out the driveway is going to be the problem - or worse yet, getting it BACK into this site when we return next week!


(oh, we saw some snow flakes last week.) it's all good : )
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Old 02-14-2020, 02:05 PM   #24
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Good luck Turner.
If you were up here mud wouldn’t be an issue as everything is frozen it’s -5
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Old 02-16-2020, 09:07 PM   #25
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Sitting here in NW Indiana looking out the window at the snow falling on our ACE, knowing the temps here by early Friday morning are heading to single digits, knowing we should be sitting under a palm tree or a cactus somewhere, and feeling sorry for myself.
DW says we can ‘t get outa Dodge till our only G daughter has her first child later this month. Maybe after that we can head for some sunshine.

Are we the only ones suffering? So let’s hear what it ‘s looking like in your neck of the woods
Well, it's 68 here now going up to 73 for the next week or so, lows in the 40's at night. Heading to Pechanga RV park for a week end of the month and to Palm Springs early March. Back to Pechanga in early May with the Thor group. Off to Santa Fe mid May. We'll spend summer in the California central coast. Being retired is okay
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Old 02-16-2020, 09:23 PM   #26
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69 here.
Will hard freeze tonight.
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Old 02-16-2020, 09:33 PM   #27
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Sunny and low 40s today; snow's melting and more will melt tomorrow when it rains and is above freezing.
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