Merry Christmas

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  1. dakndug

    dakndug Moderator Moderator

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    Merry Christmas to you all! May it be safe and your new year prosperous!

    Doug
     
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    Merry Christmas to you and yours as well!
     
  3. jhegg

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    Yes, I wish to all a merry Xmas as well. It is nice to see a non-commercial post here. Thank you dakndug and cowgirlnca ( why is that name so intriguing?)
    Jim
     
  4. dakndug

    dakndug Moderator Moderator

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    Not sure why this didn't get in the post, sorry! :) User error I'm sure! :eek:


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  5. jhegg

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    Hmmm....
    Some how I like it!
    Jim
     
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    lol... CowgirlnCA was choosen after I moved here from ND.. figured I better use a username more consistant w/ where I am living... lol

    Here's my best Christmas gift ever:
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    I'm a new auntie, couldn't have asked for more. :)

    Dakndug, that's an awesome picture!
     
  7. jhegg

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    My wifes car after our holiday blizzard - and this is after I already shoveled my daughters car and my car out.

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    I sure don't miss those days! My Grandma and aunts, uncles and cousins live in ND still. Said the highway was shut down and everyone was stuck out at my aunts house, 25 miles from out of town. They didn't seem to mind, til they had to go out in it.

    You guys had a really bad winter last year too.. I was hoping this one would be better so I didn't have to worry so much about my 80 yr old Grandma driving up to the nursing home to see my Grandpa. :(
     
  9. dakndug

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    Jhegg,

    Not sure if you need a tractor or a front end loader there instead of a shovel! We had 21.5" the week before xmas, but that looks a bit more than what we got! But good for the potholes! ;)

    Cowgirlca thats a cutie there on your lap!!!

    Doug
     
  10. jhegg

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    Well,
    Today I finally finished all the shoveling. This is what our driveway is supposed to look like.

    Doug,
    You can see my two front end loaders leaning against the back of my car.

    Cowgirl,
    That is a cute picture! What part of ND are you from anyway? Out west, I presume, being your a cowgirl and all;)

    Jim


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