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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by iyonk View Post
    Moded blue square for today..

    I know Greg hate winter.. But i still want to touch/play with snow!
    If i could be there Greg, i would help you shoveling with trade of some hot chocolate milk...
    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    I like snow. Unfortunately it doesn't snow much where I live. But I grew up in a colder region of Germany and I loved the masses of snow we had as a child.
    Yesterday it snowed but it's already melting again.
    Wearing the JW0125 BTW:
    This weekends snow was a very pretty snow. One of the prettier snows we've had in a while. The weatherman claimed we would only get a dusting and we ended up with about a foot. Our electricity went out (some ppl close by are still without power 3 days later).
    Our heat is electric and with wind chills way below freezing the only reason our house stayed reasonably warm is the foot deep snow blanket on the roof held the heat in the house. I have backup propane heat but it really never got that cold in the house so I didnt use it.

    Shoveling snow gets old quick but otherwise I dont mind a good snow if I can stay at home and not worry about driving when the road is full of people that dont know how to drive in snow. Luckily I had this weekend off work and stayed home.

    Now when I was growing up I loved it when we got a deep snow that hung around for days and I spent many thousands of hours outside playing in it.

    iyonk if you lived close by I would gladly trade hot chocolate for some help with the shoveling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    GA800 today. Snow and bitter wind chills today but supposed to warm up this week and should melt alot of it.
    Beautiful Greg ❤️


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    I like snow. Unfortunately it doesn't snow much where I live. But I grew up in a colder region of Germany and I loved the masses of snow we had as a child.
    Yesterday it snowed but it's already melting again.

    Wearing the JW0125 BTW:
    Great shots Sedi


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    Moderator G-Shock/Digital Sedi's Avatar
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    Thanks -- just a q'n'd pic of our garden .

    Still wearing the JW0125 but on a new strap:
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Made a walk today to the beach.
    Night, 0C and some frosty wind means empty roads in Boltenhagen.
    A christmas tree was on the pier.
    Found an G-shock display at the main shopping walk, though!

    AE-1200 was on the wrist!
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    You see no pictures in my post?
    Photobucket decided to lock my pics behind a 40$/month prescription service.
    I used their services since 2009 so the most of my old threads have Photobucket pics inside.
    If you stumble across one of those threads and want to see the pic, PM me and i will re-attach it.
    What can we learn from all the lost information?
    1. never thrust cloud services
    2. always keep control of your data

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