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    Spring has sprung!!!

    ....someplace .... Just not here

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    Looks like your neck of the woods is having the coldest 2nd half of March since the early 80's, with a pattern that's bringing colder air down from Alberta. It also looks like it's going to remain for a while, maybe until April so sit tight.
    Round and round we go

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    Sorry to hear heyall. I just got home from Lake Havasu City, AZ. There are beautiful wildflowers all over the place there. Fishing is off the hook, creatures are crawling everywhere, Spring Breakers galore, and nice warm temps (90s). Came back to Los Angeles to find coloer, gloomy weather (but dry).
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    Spring has sprung!!!-worm-girl.jpg

    The worm's have spoken
    Spring is officially Cancelled !!!!
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    - 2C here in Toronto

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    Spring has sprung!!!

    Happy spring. Kinda wish for a colder day like you all are trying get rid of. It's 75 here right now.
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    Spring time is boner time. Spring a boner. I think Hawgs wife is reaping the rewards of his frisky trip to Havasu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy View Post
    Spring time is boner time. Spring a boner. I think Hawgs wife is reaping the rewards of his frisky trip to Havasu.
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    Spring has sprung!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy View Post
    Spring time is boner time. Spring a boner. I think Hawgs wife is reaping the rewards of his frisky trip to Havasu.
    I don't limit myself to only one season. There is no fun in that.
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    + 18 C here in Urumqi. So much better than the -20 we had all winter

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    Spring has sprung!!!

    We had the coldest first day of spring since 1965--a high of 17F.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    - 2C here in Toronto
    Isn't that your regular summer weather too?

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    It's just what normally happens with El Niņo present in the winter. Guess the oceans didn't get that memo and decided to get colder for the second year in a row. Hmm
    Guess you could move to the Southern Hemisphere, it's still getting warmer there, oops, not, the sea ice is now growing there too.
    Someone should really call the media and tell them, unless, oh yeah, of coarse, the warming is making it colder, ah da.
    Round and round we go

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    Gloomy but dry a typical June day in So. Cal. [June Gloom]
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    [QUOTE=ambassadorhawg;10251593]Sorry to hear heyall. I just got home from Lake Havasu City, AZ. There are beautiful wildflowers all over the place there. Fishing is off the hook, creatures are crawling everywhere, Spring Breakers galore, and nice warm temps (90s). Came back to Los Angeles to find coloer, gloomy weather (but dry) [QUOTE]




    AHHH yes Lake Havasu, Americas version of "the land down under".
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