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This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

Posted by rcnaylor z7 Tex (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 7, 12 at 13:51


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

Keep it up there, RC !!!!


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

Dang Richard, more snow? Like Carrie says, please close the gates. Not wanting to make you feel bad, but we're having spring like weather here and I'm getting some outdoor chores done before the heat sets in. It is SO pleasant to work in 65 to 75 degrees! I hope the weather warms up soon for you too.


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

Oh, yeah, definitely "winter" up here today. Chill factor at lunch was 16 degrees.

So, Carrie and Roselee, you guys just rub it in. ;)


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

We love you, RC, but you can keep your weather.....don't want any of that white stuff down here.


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

Gosh I can feel it here! Just came in from outside pulling up some henbit.... hands are so cold....

I don't know how you do it RC!! I'd got nuts.


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

This was yesterday about 3pm

From Addisyn Valentine 2012


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

You must have NOT closed the gate completely, RC, as I had a little of the white stuff last night.....gone this morning though, thank goodness !!!


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

That's pretty, but makes me shiver just to look at it. They had predicted a freeze here for Saturday night, but the cloud cover moved in and it only got to 36 deg., thank goodness.
Jim


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RE: This is what Texas looks like when you live in Amarillo

That is good, Jim, we had a HARD freeze here in North Texas, but think there is a warm-up on the way, and it cannot come too soon for me.


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