Snow joy

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  1. slammer_JvA

    slammer_JvA Registered Member

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    Happy happy Joy Joy
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    Snow is here :D in November

    Yihaaaa *puppy*
     

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  2. big ed

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    You are a Sadist, Slammer

    I have a 50' walk out to my 200' driveway and the snow is up to my....well it's pretty deep! I'm outta here!

    Heading South ASAP, Snobird ed
     
  3. dog

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    I love the winter and love snow ... but I hate shovelling. :mad: :ninja:

    We've got snowed on the last two days. :'( -I need a heated driveway- :cool:
     
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    And heated sidewalks!! :D :D
     
  5. dog

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    Hahaha ... I got you beat there - No Sidewalks up here :D :cool: :ninja:
     
  6. beetlejuice

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    Well dog, that just sounds like you need to experience the shear joy of shoveling sidewalks. I have a lovely one in front of my house that soon will be begging for attention. Don't bother thanking me now, glad to do it. :D
     
  7. dog

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    Seeing as your so experienced and really love shovelling the white stuff (if there was any hint of sarcasm in your post :doubt: -> I missed it :p ); maybe you could come over and do my drive, as it needs some more attention thanks to mother nature. ;) :ninja:
     
  8. beetlejuice

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    I'd love too but I need to stay here and supervise you. ;)
     
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    I have always prefered cold weather, snow is just a bonus :D ;)
     
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    Hot dog. Another volunteer to shovel. :D
     
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    You better have a real long shovel :D :D
     
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    I was thinking since you like the cold weather and snow, you'd just be itching to come up here where we get more of both than you do. :D
     
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    If it gets cold enough and deep enough you never know when I might show up. ;)
     
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    Well I hope it's a big one. :D
     
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    Good I like dogs. :D
     
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    Sure. The more the merrier. :D
     
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    Well, actually...for once I've got to admit that.
    I am.
    And a 'liar' too...:oops:

    Why?
    Because:
    1) The snow didn't reach the Northern part of my country (yet) :(
    2) But where it did fall, it caused havoc, more than joy, to traffic. :rolleyes:

    Resulting in:

    A RECORDBREAKING Fridaynight TRAFFICJAM of some 800 km in total on Dutch roads; trains & buses out of service; thousands of stranded people; the army on patrol for rescue and comfort.
    Situation wasn't solved still in the early Saturday morning!!!
    (Hang in there people!)
    And oh yeah: the day started with blizzards on the coastline, resulting in ships drifting; electricity cables snapped; trees and poles fallen and buildings damaged...

    Talking about JOY...
    Where did I get the nerve?:oops: ;)

    Up North I had nightshift on the road and had no problem whatsoever:cool:
    (whattayoumeansarcasm:rolleyes:)

    But hey, I happen to like SNOW - why isn't it here yet?!:mad:

    :D :D :D
     

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    I was in the middle of it Slammer. Some hours delay when I was travelling by train. But a few drinks with some nice girls in a restaurant was the snow joy I had :D

    My daughter wasn't that lucky when she left Holland by boat thursday night. She was in very bad weather on the North Sea and got very seasick. But she arrived safe in the UK with 5 hours delay on friday afternoon.

    Gerard
     
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    That's tough Primy ... Poor Sentinel :(

    It looks like the beginning of one of those Eastern Coast (Canada) dozy's ... where when it finally stops your house is buried - literally. :ninja:
     
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