Monday, February 25, 2013

Texas Blizzards

We don't half-ass ANYTHING.


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  1. Impressive. Most impressive.

    I heard ya'll's snow plowers took one look at this and said; "Fuck it!" Hang in there and have some hot cocoa. I'm sure there'll be a story to tell after the fact.

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  2. Well, the sun is shining now, just three hours after I took that photo, the snow is trickling off the roof, but still blowing through the air! We are still accumulating inches as it melts.

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  3. Wow, I thought you'd be immune to that kind of weather down there.

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    1. Nah. We're in the northermost part of Texas. The weather here is usually unpredictable, but we did see this one coming.

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  4. Wow! I imagine Texas covered in cactuses and tumbleweed, not snow - shows how much I know about a state 3 times the size of the UK :(

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    1. Texas is three times the size of the UK?! I didn't know that! That's awesome.

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  5. I had no idea... wanna borrow my shovel? You have more snow than we do! :)

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    1. Turns out it's the second most snowfall in a 24hour period in recorded history (for amarillo). 19 inches today compared to 19.3 inches in 1934!

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  6. What the heck is that?!!! Looks like Minnesota!

    :-)

    Pearl

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    1. Not for long! The powerful Texas sunshine has already slushed us over.

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  7. Do you get the day off work with that snow Nessa?

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    1. Heck, no, Dicky. My boss got out in his 4x4 and drove us all to work!

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  8. Now, that's some snow! Just found your blog. So glad I did...

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