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Snowy Saturday!
#674431 Sat Dec 17 2016 01:07 PM
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Got about 4 inches of the white stuff here in NH where I am visiting my folks. Too bad I don't have a camera with me (and a dumb not to have a phone that takes pictures... :< )

It's lovely powdery snow that will all be washed away tomorrow with rain and higher temps.

Hope you all have a nice weekend!

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Nicole #674432 Sat Dec 17 2016 01:13 PM
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It's like 79* down south right now, possible record highs today!


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bmclemore #674437 Sat Dec 17 2016 02:02 PM
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Originally Posted By bmclemore
It's like 79* down south right now, possible record highs today!
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Nicole #674440 Sat Dec 17 2016 03:49 PM
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About8" of snow and a high of "zilch" tomorrow! Wheelin on the lake soon! Two and a half weeks ago I was riding my motorcycle!


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oldnfuelish #674445 Sat Dec 17 2016 04:57 PM
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Just about sunset,bumper crop on my 39 year old orange and tangerine trees,and they are EXCELLENT!

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I used to trade DB maple syrup I make for oranges. Being I'm from the frozen north of Wis was wondering, how long do the citrus crops last before they go bad on the tree. Got to love them CA oranges, eat them about every day in the winter.

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Terry Flannery #674480 Sun Dec 18 2016 10:00 AM
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Originally Posted By Terry Flannery
I used to trade DB maple syrup I make for oranges. Being I'm from the frozen north of Wis was wondering, how long do the citrus crops last before they go bad on the tree. Got to love them CA oranges, eat them about every day in the winter.

Good question,oranges can stay on for a couple of months with no problem.Not so with tangerines they tend to start getting dry within a short period of time,i eat at least 2 a day!


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