Unbelievable Today

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  1. The Champ

    The Champ Veteran Member

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    Terry

    All your snow will melt by this time next week. Plenty of time to clean up the leaves next Saturday when it's going to be 50 degrees and sunny in the Twin Cities.

    I may be golfing in a tournament on Halloween morning.
     
  2. Twisted_Metal

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    I know it will melt. Most of what we got this week is already gone.
    But we are expecting a couple more inches tonight and tomorrow.
    I think high temps BELOW freezing (for the next few days) is depressing this time of year.
    Rounding up leaves and storing frozen garden hoses and converting the lawn tractor to snow removal duty isn't something I can do until after Halloween.

    I guess I'll go work in the garage this afternoon and avoid looking outside at the mess in my yard.
     
  3. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Stained her deck a few days before yesterday.
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    Here is how much lawn I cut at my Mother’s house which my parents built in 1965.
    I use a push gas mower. Good cardio workout.
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    Looks like you could put an archery range in her backyard!
     
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    Archery range or a spaghetti farm. ;)
     
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    When my Dad was around he always had a huge garden.
     
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    String beans? ;)
     
  8. COPO

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    You name it, potatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, tomatoes, beets, beans, cucumbers, raspberries, strawberries, apple trees.
    I turned the old dirt by hand with a shovel and my Dad had a rototiller and I really hated picking beans and cucumbers the worst.
     
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    I wanted to move south but like my toilet when you flush it, all the bad stuff ends up down there sooner or later.
     

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