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Straw Boss

03-14-2013 20:02:16
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Caseman, hard to believe we live in the same state directly east and west of each other.
This was a nice sunny day but the ditches are full, every breeze blows snow across the roads, snow plows have snow piled up on the intersections, seems like it never warms up.
Took this pic two days ago. Hit 38 today. At 70 your 32 degrees warmer than us. I still can't get to my machinery for all the snow in the yard and won't for some time.

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SDLars

03-15-2013 07:34:52
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 Re: 70 Degree's Today in reply to Straw Boss, 03-14-2013 20:02:16  
Can't say I miss it Bradley!



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Straw Boss

03-15-2013 08:49:41
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 Re: 70 Degree's Today in reply to SDLars, 03-15-2013 07:34:52  
Yes Some guys just know how to live! I bet you don't miss the flooding either when all this snow melts!



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