Hey New Englanders!

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by aynirar27, Apr 25, 2015.

  1. aynirar27

    aynirar27 All You Need Is Rock and Roll Gold Supporting Member

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    remember like a month ago when it finally hit 40 degrees and we all did a collective jump for joy?? :banana

    now 40 kinda makes me want to kill myself :(
     
  2. Chippertheripper

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    Meh, I'm enjoying it. It seems timely, unlike the usual jump from 20 to 90 (and humid).
    Nice crisp walks with the pup in the morning. It's refreshing.
     
  3. aynirar27

    aynirar27 All You Need Is Rock and Roll Gold Supporting Member

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    the dog and I enjoyed a nice walk ourselves this morning :beer
    i enjoy the cool air but could do without the frost on the lawn
     
  4. John Coloccia

    John Coloccia Cold Supporting Member

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    A couple of days ago, we had some snow flakes.
     
  5. MangoMango

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    Come on now its already up to 37.....and windy here on the coast.
     
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    Lol.
     
  7. Caribou

    Caribou Silver Supporting Member

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    First baseball practice of the season was yesterday and it was 34 degrees. The kids were not happy.

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  8. fjblair

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    April is a teasing bitch almost every year.
     
  9. Rimbaud

    Rimbaud Tarnished Silver Gold Supporting Member

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    I guess you are paraphrasing T.S.Eliot....'April, the Cruelest Month'

    I like your choice of words better.
     
  10. BluesForDan

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    I used to call February the longest month of the year but not necessarily the cruelest. This month has not been kind. I'm sitting here cranking the heat and it's almost May. I've tried to let it cool off but my hands just can't take it. I'm sick of running my humidifier, I stopped a week/10 days ago and right now it's 20%.

    I was warmer in February when we had the coldest month ever. At least we were expected to struggle to stay warm. This is ridiculous.
     
  11. jnepo1

    jnepo1 Silver Supporting Member

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    I live two miles from a Reese Jones designed course here in my town. It finally opened just last Friday (April 17th). Meanwhile, it snowed just yesterday and BTW, I still have snow on my property.
     
  12. BluesLou

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    We had 1" of snow Thursday night. I'm in the what they call the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.
    Friends that were traveling/towing through the Killington Ski area on Rt 4 at 4:00am Friday said they ran into 4" of snow and the roads were bad.

    We still have snow piles around the yard and out in the woods. 30 deg. this morning.
     
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    Lived in NH just about my whole life. Just moved last fall to Virginia. Can't say I was sad this past (historic) winter, except for the lack of snowboarding...
     
  14. Rimbaud

    Rimbaud Tarnished Silver Gold Supporting Member

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    Family has a Cabin in the Northeast Kingdom East Burke, near Lydonville...Cabin is on the Flower Brook...

    Original rooms built in 1913.
     

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