Likewise, to ya'll. With some dog bark thrown in from our pooch who is
experiencing the holidays for her first time. Too early to tell what
sort of shop dog she'll be. She is inquisitive, but not so good at "come
here" or "stop/drop that", unless you offer a bribe.
On Monday, December 25, 2017 at 1:43:38 PM UTC-5, Leon wrote:
Right back at cha!
Rented an old farm house with my brothers. Big family get together. Pirogies on Christmas Eve,
Italian on Christmas day. Wood stove cranking, hot tub every night - after shoveling a path to it.
104 in the tub, mid-twenties right next to it. Heading to VT in the morning to go skiing with my
It's doesn't get much better than this!
Merry Christmas to all.
On Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at 9:07:06 AM UTC-5, email@example.com wrote:
I've heard that the official plowing policy for VT is:
"God put it there, God can take it away."
The ride to VT was OK except for up near Barre. Bad squall came through. Very limited visibility
and extremely greasy conditions. Rutland (where my daughter lives) is fine except for the cold.
I think we're going to skip the skiing today and just hang out. It's -4 Too cold to have any fun.
On Wed, 27 Dec 2017 05:39:54 -0800 (PST), DerbyDad03
No, that's the GA plan. If it takes a week, so be it. Actually,
that's the _one_ thing that Vermont does right. A foot of snow will
be off the roads within four hours of the end of the storm. Three
feet may take a day or two. ;-)
We lived in the Burlington area for 14 years. There is a (well, more
than one) reason we moved South.
I was jes gettin' used to scotch (JW-Red), when my neighbors offered
me an evening in their new hot tub and some shots of White Horse 18 yr
old scotch. I haven't touched scotch, since! (not wild about hot
tubs, either) ;)
On Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at 10:38:12 AM UTC-5, notbob wrote:
Relaxing conversation with family and friends after a hectic day of "vacationing", trying
to name the constellations, marveling at the occasional shooting star, all the while
enjoying the massaging bubbles.
What's not to get?
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