MistyMorning":2tvro4gw said:It gettin to ya mnmt? Me too, enough is enough already. :nod: Just remember though, last year we had a couple of pretty nasty snowstorms in April! :cry2:
not me,,, i like my summers too last longer then two weeksLammie":3o0qt96x said:My son called from Amarillo yesterday and said that they were under a blizzard watch. I think it varies depending on where you live. I would not live someplace like the Texas Panhandle. Beautiful scenery, but the weather... I told him that there really wasn't that much in the way of mountains or other geography between him and Canada!
I'd have to agree with you . Montana, Minnisota, both Dakotas, Wyoming, Idaho, all get nasty weather in winter. Trade ya in summer, though.
Jogeephus":7z828jof said:We got it worserer. Ya'll just think you got it rough. I had to almost put on a jacket the other night and almost had to roll the windows up in the truck. Weather has gotten so bad here the cows won't even eat their hay. Geesh, and ya'll complain about a little bit of snow. Oh well, maybe this little bit of salt tossed your way will help with your roads. ;-) :lol2:
(Lammie, its alright to gloat now isn't it? I mean before they turn the furnace on.) ;-) :lol2:
1982vett":6ujihxso said:Way it sounds, we are going to have to turn the AC back over to HEAT........or order another round of tequila....
I think I'll go with the heat.
mnmtranching":3d9ipa5e said:Looks to me like Joe's heifers are going to turn into some big fat spoiled cows. Joe ought to haul em up here I'll make some tough cattle out of them. :nod:
I don't know how those cows can do it. Other day the sun came out got to +40 black cows started panting and headed for the shade. [not kidding]
I think I'm going to contact the PETA freaks ummm I mean folks send them over to Joe's, make sure hes got plenty of shade and mist cooling for them cows. :cowboy: