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Old 01-04-2005, 02:51 PM
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P.S. Have you decided if you're gonna make the Chill Out or not?
Still unsure but I want to. I have Hotel rooms booked but I have to jump on an airplane this coming Monday and I will be on the road for 2 weeks . Oh well, it's been nice being home for 9 of the last 10 weeks .

Hope you feel better. Happy new year...I'm still recovering from it

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139 years. Sounds like the typical time frame and speed for the South. You guys move like snails.
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Old 01-04-2005, 06:12 PM
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139 years. Sounds like the typical time frame and speed for the South. You guys move like snails.
It stays to hot down here to move any faster...unless it's in the wind
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Hit the Chespeake Inn for lunch today...partly cloudy and mild. Still kinda dead

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How is winter up North? It is...
Any freakn which way you look at it we're screeeeeewed till April.

Some of the weaklings here might subvert to golf and other worthless and inexpensive pursuits in order to substitute for the bliss of boating....read golf...

But us hardcore northerners are plowing on and only thinking of April when we can finally annoy the rest of the planet with out blower whinnnnnnnn.

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10"s on the way between tonight and tomorrow a.m.

Looks like I'll be spending a little more time
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Actually has been pretty balmy here too lately, but things have sure changed here at LOTO. Right now we are on the edge of a storm that looks pretty bad to the north. Altho barely above freezing, it has been raining for about two days straight, and the water from the lake is over my seawall. If thats the case I hate to think how it is at some folks places. Sure hope it quits soon. But then the temps get into the deep freeze. Wonder if I could afford a place in Florida. Brrrr.
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Snowing like crazy here today, and the lakes are frozen in Wisconsin............
I like the change of seasons; if I want warm, I'll go visit it.
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