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ProfessorBB
Posted 2006-12-23 3:24 PM (#225283)
Subject: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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8:00 a.m., December 23, 2006, Central Denver, the view out the front door . . .

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alpep
Posted 2006-12-23 3:34 PM (#225284 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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Location: NJ
damn I knew I should have taken a picture of the white paint on my lawn yesterday
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Slipkid
Posted 2006-12-23 3:37 PM (#225285 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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yeah... That's the way it ought to be!!
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Tim in Tidewater
Posted 2006-12-23 4:22 PM (#225286 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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Naw, I prefer the greens and blues, it was kinda cold out though, like 72 or something :D


Merry Christmas All!
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ProfessorBB
Posted 2006-12-23 4:25 PM (#225287 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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The extremes have been posted. Everybody else find their place on the continuum and have a wonderful holiday!
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Old Man Arthur
Posted 2006-12-23 4:43 PM (#225288 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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Location: Keepin' It Weird in Portland, OR
It doesn't really snow in Portland. Two inches, they close the schools, and it's gone tomorrow.
Everyone thinks I'm nuts, cuz I pray for snow.
I'd rather have it be 29 and snowing, than 34 and raining!
You can brush snow off, rain sinks in.
Snow is pretty! Mud is just mud.
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-23 5:30 PM (#225289 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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Mauna Kea ("White Mountain") overlooking Hilo Bay. 87 degrees at the shoreline and about 27 degrees on the summit. Mauna Kea is the world's highest summit measured from its base to its top.
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Tommy M.
Posted 2006-12-23 5:48 PM (#225290 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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Ah, the Big Island, that's a beautiful picture. I loved my time last year on the Big Island, you're in a beautiful place. I spent a few weeks on Ohau, and felt like I was stuck in a constant traffic jam. No offense Tim. I did enjoy the span with breakfast at Mcdonalds though.
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-23 5:57 PM (#225291 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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yup, tommy, life is pretty good here. i prefer the island of kaua'i though, where i lived before relocating to the big island in 2003. local families cannot afford to live on kaua'i anymore and the big island's cost of living is catching up. i blame it on oprah and donald trump for announcing that there are still land bargains on the big island. wealthy mainlanders are coming here in droves and the cost of real estate and rentals has gone up 4 fold in the past three years.
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Tim in Tidewater
Posted 2006-12-23 6:03 PM (#225292 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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Lanaki,

Had the ship over to Kona on Tuesday morning to work the Coast Guard mooring buoy. Pride of America was there about the same time. Beautiful weather your having over there, it's been really windy on Oahu.

Yes Tommy, the constant traffic jams drive's me nuts. I lived in LA and didn't have the traffic problems that Honolulu has seven days a week! Maui's starting to have the same problems too...too many cars on to few roads :(
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Old Man Arthur
Posted 2006-12-23 7:23 PM (#225293 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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"local families cannot afford to live on kaua'i anymore"

My Nana (grandma) lived in Honululu(?) HI. She said Kaua'i was the most beautiful place, hidden away from the tourists. Farms, flowers, and pigs. (She was a country girl, back when Connecticut was country.) Once the tourists find a place...
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-23 10:28 PM (#225294 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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Aloha_Tim,

big island (especially hilo)is usually the one under some sort of weather advisory so it has been pleasant for several days in a row this week. we have 12 different climatological zones on this island so somethin's usually going on. woke up this morning to a volcanic earthquake but nothing close to october's 6.7
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-23 10:29 PM (#225295 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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Originally posted by Old Man Arthur:
"local families cannot afford to live on kaua'i anymore"

My Nana (grandma) lived in Honululu(?) HI. She said Kaua'i was the most beautiful place, hidden away from the tourists. Farms, flowers, and pigs. (She was a country girl, back when Connecticut was country.) Once the tourists find a place...
perhaps we are related old man arthur cuz i called my grandma "Nana" too.
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MWoody
Posted 2006-12-23 10:36 PM (#225296 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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"we have 12 different climatological zones on this island"

Let me guess:

Glacial
Tundra
Rainforest
Tropical
Mountain-Marine
Rainshadow Desert
Something
Something
Tourist
Semi-Volcanic
Volcanic
Lava moving in your living room!

I have been to Maui as a Tourist and would love to bring my Wife out for a delayed Honeymoon. The sunset had more colors than the Crayola Big-Box!
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elginacres
Posted 2006-12-24 12:05 AM (#225297 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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Professor: Merry Christmas - we are still digging out up here in broomfield...Are #28 and sally up for another session in the basement? Did you ever find another Korg processor - mine still gets used about 6 weeks per year now.
Mark
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Styll
Posted 2006-12-24 1:00 AM (#225298 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


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Location: USA
ahhh...nooooo...

I personally welcome the 50 degree winters :)
soon the schools around here will have rain delays...
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stephent28
Posted 2006-12-26 11:19 AM (#225299 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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Hey Mark.....34" here at my house with an additional light dusting of an inch or two on Christmas eve.

Love to get together again....specially if we can get Sally to attend!!!! :mad: You got a current phone number?

A few others in the area now (again) so it would be fun.

Now...4 fingers are basically working at about 90% with the pinkie finger moving up to about 70%. Slow irritating process but at least there is some progress.

Hope everyone had a merry chirstmas!
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ProfessorBB
Posted 2006-12-26 12:15 PM (#225300 - in reply to #225283)
Subject: Re: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow



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Hi mark. Found some on the bay but never jumped on them. Bought a loop instead. T28 is always up for a jam, and Sally has disappeared.
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