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Snow fins in Louisana 14 years 2 weeks ago #926

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Had ablizzard here last night and this morning. lol.. Snapped a cool fin shot of the Rocket covered with the white stuff.
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Re:Snow fins in Louisana 14 years 2 weeks ago #929

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Yep we are getting it now. This has been a crazy winter. Floods, 2 weeks that it never got above freezing and now all this snow. It's crazy!
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Re:Snow fins in Louisana 14 years 2 weeks ago #931

when was the last time it snowed down there?

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Bruce Gerard wrote:

when was the last time it snowed down there?


New Year's Day 2001. We have had a couple of little snowfalls since but nothing that covered the ground really.

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Re:Snow fins in Louisana 14 years 2 weeks ago #944

Ahh...boy that settles it. When I retire in a couple, I'm moving north to avoid the winter. Bare grass here folks in the Northeast....bare grass. You Southerners must be freezin your butts off. Seriously...more snow on the ground in LA than NY...who'd a thunk. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Re:Snow fins in Louisana 14 years 2 weeks ago #972

Doug,

Snow is like money falling from the sky for me. The ground has been
covered since mid December & the snowmobile trails have been open since
the last week of December.

The kid & I rode to work this morning. It was about -8F as we headed out
across the lake.

As for your snow and all snow to our south, it takes energy to melt it &
that energy being used by you guys will keep us cool a bit longer into
spring extending our riding season.

Jim

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jimandros wrote:

Doug,

Snow is like money falling from the sky for me. The ground has been
covered since mid December & the snowmobile trails have been open since
the last week of December.

The kid & I rode to work this morning. It was about -8F as we headed out
across the lake.

As for your snow and all snow to our south, it takes energy to melt it &
that energy being used by you guys will keep us cool a bit longer into
spring extending our riding season.

Jim


Yeah, but we'll be boating and water skiing in a month and won't stop till November! :P

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Re:Snow fins in Louisana 14 years 2 weeks ago #987

Yeah, but we'll be boating and water skiing in a month and won't stop till November! :P[/quote]

Believe it or not, except for the heat bill, I would prefer a longer winter.

I went out to take these pictures right after my last post & when I came in, FG was down. It was horribly slow this morning, and now rocket fast. What ever they did, it worked.
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Are you sure you didn't drag that thing up here to Michigan just to take that shot?
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I can tell you he did not... And get this..... It's going to snow again here in Alabama.. You all think I am hysterical about all this crazy winter weather... This is back to back snow systems... I HAVE NEVER SEEN THIS, not in 31 years here.....
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we missed the snow here south of I-10..got some sleet though...

Doug..i'm looking for a aluminum boat with fins...if ya see anything please let me know.....I'm starting to have second thoughts about running a herters on a bayou or river full of logs and stumps lol

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Re:Snow fins in Louisana 14 years 2 weeks ago #1063

We had some flurries here in the Florida panhandle the other day, if it gets worse I think this might be the way to get round:

jalopnik.com/5468001/economical-transportation-for-the-snowpocalypse

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kajun wrote:

we missed the snow here south of I-10..got some sleet though...

Doug..i'm looking for a aluminum boat with fins...if ya see anything please let me know.....I'm starting to have second thoughts about running a herters on a bayou or river full of logs and stumps lol


I'll keep my eyes peeled for something up this way..

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