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  1. #16

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    Having lived in Minnesota my whole life, I like winter. It is a quiet and relaxing time. I have two snow blowers, two snow shovels and an ice chopper, which gets me through the largest snowfalls just fine and except for moving snow, there isn’t a lot outdoors that has to be done. And as far as temperatures I would rather have it be very very cold than very very hot.
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    I can deal with all the snow but we have had incredibly cold temps here in Maine. I was taking a pic of the temps every morning during the cold snap but it got too depressing. Here’s a few days....without the wind chill of course
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    I have hunted in 12 degree weather. One of my best hunts ever was on that day. I also have hunted in a couple inches of snow. I literally took s shovel with me and cleared out big squares to hunt. It worked great. Hoping to get some shoreline hunts in if it gets above 20 or so. But the cold basically sucks!!!! The older I get the less I like it. I used to be an avid skier and had snowmobiles. Now I just don’t like freezing my ass off.
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    North, South, any wheres better than the middle. Iv'e lived either in Kentucky or Virginia for the last 22 years and from one day to next is nuts. 70 one day and snow the next. Northern California was the best, 15 degree average temperature change ALL year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeBirdTim View Post
    If you're living in "heaven", why are you here making nasty comments? You come across as someone who is VERY unhappy.
    Lighten up tinpan is joking.
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    I have lived In and experienced cold winters in Ohio, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Colorado and Missouri, got tired of them and moved back home to Florida. worst thing I have to do here for winter is scrape sunshine off my windshield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan View Post
    Hi suckers enjoy living in such a cold frozen wasteland . Never owned a snow shovel or used one. Must be fun seeing you enjoy your lovely winter. Sun is heaven tinpan

    It builds character. You should try it. ;-)

    And the beer stays cold for free!

    When the weather' hot and sticky, that's no time for dunkin . . .

    We have things to do indoors.

    What's it like to live where everything is poisonous and either bites or stings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lookingharder View Post
    Tinpan, I will be shipping cases of toilet paper to your neighborhood kids to put in your trees, That way while we are shoveling snow, you can be out taking care of white stuff too.
    A case of used toilet paper!!
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    Lighten up tinpan is joking
    Sorry, but it didn't come across that way. And calling people "suckers" should be grounds for thread removal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeBirdTim View Post
    Sorry, but it didn't come across that way. And calling people "suckers" should be grounds for thread removal.
    Your the only one who took offense, the word "suckers" does not violate our rules nor grounds for deleting a thread. Like aTV, you can change the channel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan View Post
    Hi suckers enjoy living in such a cold frozen wasteland . Never owned a snow shovel or used one. Must be fun seeing you enjoy your lovely winter. Sun is heaven tinpan
    I hope the next time you go out hunting, your batteries leak (Just Joking)
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    Your the only one who took offense, the word "suckers" does not violate our rules nor grounds for deleting a thread. Like aTV, you can change the channel.
    You have no way of knowing if I was the only one took who took offense to that comment. You're assuming a lot in this thread.
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    Bon fires are more fun in the snow and snow boarding is much better too.
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    As Curly from the Three Stooges would say, "I resemble that!" Just be thankful that everyone living in the frozen north, doesn't vacate and come to stay in your town for the winter! A funny statistic though, look up the number of phone area codes in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. They each have only one which means there really aren't that many people living there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeBirdTim View Post
    You have no way of knowing if I was the only one took who took offense to that comment. You're assuming a lot in this thread.
    I never took any offence in hte word, nor do I think that he meant anything by it. Now how many times have you ever heard the word used "Hey sucker" or variables of the phrase. I don't believe they even use sucker in the Aussie Slang.
    There is a few that make one chuckle though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan View Post
    Hi suckers enjoy living in such a cold frozen wasteland . Never owned a snow shovel or used one. Must be fun seeing you enjoy your lovely winter. Sun is heaven tinpan
    We hope that you get bad sun burn.

 

 
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