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IrishRob17

Interior NW & NE Burbs 2020

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I honestly don't know what I'd rather have at this point. Emotionally it's going to be snow but then life in America will move indoors and I don't want that, I want to be able to keep.eating outside at restaurants. Maybe the early snow curse is a good thing this year.

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On 11/3/2020 at 6:05 AM, gravitylover said:

I honestly don't know what I'd rather have at this point. Emotionally it's going to be snow but then life in America will move indoors and I don't want that, I want to be able to keep.eating outside at restaurants. Maybe the early snow curse is a good thing this year.

The weather channel came out with a prediction from some study, that 60% of the NE up to Maine will be snowless by 2100. With 80 years to go, coastal areas are making a run at that right now. As always .......

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On 11/2/2020 at 10:09 PM, Juliancolton said:

The curse of early snow is real. No question in my mind. 

 

I'm going to have to mow again this weekend (hopefully this is the last time...)!

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39 minutes ago, IrishRob17 said:

I have to mow tomorrow, hoping for the same thing...

Here’s hoping but all our forum members with lawns may end up running inside, between mower runs, to baste the Turkey. As always ....

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17 minutes ago, IrishRob17 said:

We’ll be running over the extension cords used for the outdoor holiday lights!

Hah, this is the only reason I won't be mowing from here on out even though it definitely will need it in short order. Closing in on a half mile of extension cords down already. 

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6 hours ago, IrishRob17 said:

We’ll be running over the extension cords used for the outdoor holiday lights!

That sounds like a plot twist in a Simpsons episode. Years ago I laughed when walking through the K Mart Christmas Shop in Penn Station. First because it was September, second, they had a pre-lit artificial palm tree on display. It doesn’t seem as funny nowadays. If I see a brief flash to the north near months end, I’ll know you were mowing late. As always ....

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8 hours ago, Juliancolton said:

Hah, this is the only reason I won't be mowing from here on out even though it definitely will need it in short order. Closing in on a half mile of extension cords down already. 

Julian, perhaps a goat would be easier though I’m not sure about their fertilizer output. I should be the last one to give advice, considering I’m an old goat myself. As always .....

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11 hours ago, gravitylover said:

I want a mini goat. No more mowing and free fertilizer for the garden. 

Don't they also eat tin cans? Hoping for an organic trash processor.

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14 hours ago, Juliancolton said:

Goats eat everything in sight. Also kind of aggressive sometimes. The geese of the mammal world. 

Not exactlysure Julian, but I may take that as a compliment. As always ...

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On 10/24/2020 at 8:08 AM, IrishRob17 said:

5 years ago today. This year, the bulk of my leaves fell this past week and were mulched yesterday, one, maybe two, mulchings to go but the grass is still solidly growing. 

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Irish, my brick and mortar bound maple finally, 11/09/2020, heeded nature’s call and gentle kiss. I also tried standing out in the postage stamp awhile. I never got natures kiss but sure as hell got the call. As always......

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7 hours ago, rclab said:

Irish, my brick and mortar bound maple finally, 11/09/2020, heeded nature’s call and gentle kiss. I also tried standing out in the postage stamp awhile. I never got natures kiss but sure as hell got the call. As always......

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Thanks for the update, full blown stick season in my yard now. 

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44 minutes ago, IrishRob17 said:

The inversion was between 400'-500' on my way into work.  It was 43 at my house and jumped to 55 on the hill, then back down to 46 along rt 207 only to jump back up to 55 just outside of Goshen.  The car thermometer got a decent workout over those 7 miles. 

Montgomery is at 364'  and Stewart is 8 miles to the east at 492'

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