Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Glenn Clabo, Feb 13, 2014.
that pretty much sucks today!
I thought for a moment that we lived in the same street...same view. But I have to go out...
Still, it's a nice comp., Glenn.
I'm heading out in a minute before this is 9 inches of snow...1 inch of rain...then 1/2 inch of ice. Can you beat that?
I think we can Glenn. How about two and a half months of rain and gales?
Relatively OK here - rain, some sleet, but no snow as yet, though some promised for the weekend.
Lesley, how are you coping?
I've heard Lesley...I'll take snow.
Crazy winter...60 degrees at the Olympics...snow/ice in our southern states.
Looking gloomy Glenn. It was sunny here in Potsdam this morning but it has clouded over now. Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny though. Sorry!
What an interesting image, Glenn. I like it a lot.
We've been lucky really @Rob MacKillop - considering we live near the bottom of a valley right next to a river. The chickens have two enormous runs, totally enclosed, so at least they can't blow away. The llamas and pig have water, hay racks and bins of alfalfa in their field shelter, along with lots of clean straw. The cats and ferrets live indoors. I have a wonderful boss who lets me work from home when things get difficult
Good for you Pete...as he sits here in a complete white out.
Thanks Brian...do ya want some of this? I know your address.
No thanks, Glenn. We're having our own little cold snap over this side, too: we're down into the 70s today, and I hear it may get even colder over the next few days. (If it keeps going like this I might have to wear two T-shirts!)
You AND that @Chris Dodkin guy SUCK!
How do you get all that water on the glass Glenn?
The real scary question is http://news.nationalgeographic.com/...ornia-drought-record-agriculture-pdo-climate/
Thought I was looking out my window this morning, no different.
I was reading what is going on over there Julian. Scary stuff. This winter is one of the craziest I've lived here. Yesterday it was snowing at 2-3 inches an hour...rain...freezing rain...then wind and rain that woke us up last night. This morning the sun was out a few minutes ago...now it's snowing.
Yesterday here it was beautiful. Cornwall has no rail link at the moment and for a a few weeks yet. my daughter is having a weekend home from uni soon. It is either a bus trip or me picking her up which entails a 1200 mile round trip, there and back twice.
Yep - however the last week and this week there has been a huge pineapple express dropping rain and snow in No Cal, so I'm hoping we're turning the corner on the drought
I'm sure you could let Chris have a few bottles of freshly collected Boston rainwater (relatively) cheap Glenn!
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