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Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight

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Adirondack case guy

01-31-2013 15:05:41




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Well guys,
It got to 58F yesterday afternoon, so Michael didn't rob all the heat before it got here. Temps. went down hill from there. 34F this morning. At 4:30 this afternoon I shot these pics., Temp 25F, wind chill 13. We're getting one Great Lakes clipper after another
The Power went off about 12:20 along with the internet (TW). Son called his power failed also, he is on National grid, I'm on NYEG, regional problem I suspect. We had about 75V on one leg, nothing on other at my disconnect box, (not good) I disconnected ,and fired up my Yanmar Gen. About 3:30 the grid was back up. I havent had to run the Gen for the last 4yrs, I did start it when "Sandy" thretened, so I was prepared. I continued to work on my current project, runing my chop saw, mig welder, and arc welder on gen power.
The wifey was happy, as we have Dish TV, and she could catch the "soaps", HeHe. Loren

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jon f mn

01-31-2013 18:39:48




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 Re: Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-31-2013 15:05:41  
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Well Loren, you've it better than me. Spent 2 1/2 hours to go less than 5 miles just now. 1 inch of wet ice on I65 just south of Indy. That was the worst stretch of road I've ever traveled. When I moved I would just slide down to the grass. Sure am glad that's done. Did get to give the new trucks traction control and anti lock brakes a good checking out tho. They work great!! lol.

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Ande

01-31-2013 18:32:13




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 Re: Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-31-2013 15:05:41  
Loren,
I can almost smell the wood burning from your stove in these pictures,tell me Loren,do you still have a cooking range in the kitchen? You know a wood cook stove.



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j hikemper

01-31-2013 17:52:42




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 Re: Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-31-2013 15:05:41  
loren , that fiesty weather came thru lousville area early wednsday a,m .took at least 2 last century barns down ,they were empty , seemed like it lifted roof like a umbrella , and then crumpled them over .i was hoping that squall had petered out before it got to you guys... btw ...did you and larry call BLACK KNIGHT for tomorrow nite ?? .. maybe you ought to get the bullhorn and jump up on the wagon and posta new message here , calling all" KNIGHTS to Action" to be accounted for .

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1370rod

01-31-2013 17:35:10




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 Re: Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-31-2013 15:05:41  
Loren, Those temps sound down right tropical to me. Our hi was -2 with a 25 mph breeze, back to -10 now. Suppose to be 30 again in a couple days. I'm a late comer to this forum so I have another dumb question. Why do you call your area Clinton Camp? Rod.



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McKerrow630

01-31-2013 16:24:44




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 Re: Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-31-2013 15:05:41  
Yup guys looks just like that here in west mich. snow and cold. Temps from 44 down to low 20's with in 24 hrs.along with "who gives ah crap" windchills. Even the rabbits want in the house! So to you all that live in this kinda stuff be careful out there. Jon it must be a real b!tch out there please becareful. Loren you better getout your ulgy JD fapply hat. Tom glad to here the "snowbiz" is picking up for yeah in more ways then one. Just my 11 cents worth

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Case Nutty 1660

01-31-2013 15:14:17




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these are some shots from here today Bro, got uo to 20 with a low of 2 we got around 4" total and the wind made some drifts to 6"-8" calling for 46 sat, last pic is out of the 580 when I was on my way to do lots, not much snow but it was the first paying job of the year lol cnt

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Adirondack case guy

01-31-2013 15:31:48




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 Re: Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-31-2013 15:14:17  
Bro,
Glad to see you're getting a little "financial aid" from mother nature, Sure has been a wacky winter.
When I was working construction,I had to get to work at 2:00 AM to plow comercial parking lots etc. It was fun then, and I would do it again if I had the opertunity, to work for the same contractor.
Loren



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RJKeith

01-31-2013 15:07:55




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 Re: Sunset over Clinton Camp Farm Tonight in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-31-2013 15:05:41  
I am thinking all that white stuff on the ground must be lime:)



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