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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post

    Perhaps it will be better if you two ignore one another. I like you both and don't think continuing the attacks helps the situation.
    I never attack unless attacked. I have even ignored him for a long time. Made no difference. He continues.
    I have even offered to meet him on PM to work out our differences.
    No dice.

    I CAN ignore jhjimbo. But he's got to realize, I won't put him on my "ignore" list and I will continue to comment and contribute where I choose.
    Last edited by FirstBubba; 02-23-2021, 07:47 PM.

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post

    My apologies fitch270.

    I'm willing to work it out but he refuses.
    I try not to engage on OL, but I'm not going to just sit back and take because he's got his panties in a wad either.
    Perhaps it will be better if you two ignore one another. I like you both and don't think continuing the attacks helps the situation.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
    It’s all good, no apology necessary FB. Just having a little fun.
    Well, I did giggle just a little! (tee hee hee!)

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  • fitch270
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    It’s all good, no apology necessary FB. Just having a little fun.

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  • FirstBubba
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    My apologies fitch270.

    I'm willing to work it out but he refuses.
    I try not to engage on OL, but I'm not going to just sit back and take because he's got his panties in a wad either.

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  • fitch270
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  • FirstBubba
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    jhjumbo stupidly wrote:

    "... You are an a hole, I was there. Get off my posts with your useless bull sheet. ..."

    This isn't even YOUR thread, dork!. fitch270 started it!
    You are pathetic, sir.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post

    You are an a hole, I was there. Get off my posts with your useless bull sheet.
    HA HA HA HA HA 😀!

    I don't have to and you can't make me. LOL!

    How does it feel to be a whiney 2 year old, jimmy boy?

    Get off "MY" posts indeed!
    It isn't YOUR posts jimmy boy!
    Once you post it here, it belongs to Outdoor Life! LMBO!

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post

    A 12" snowfall in May? ...in Wichita Falls, Tex?
    Possible.
    Shut the city down for days? ...in May? ...in Wichita Falls, Tex?
    I doubt that seriously!
    You are an a hole, I was there. Get off my posts with your useless bull sheet.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post

    It is 3:30 Tues AM and and it is 35deg so nice slow melt. We can get some real surprised as storms can come up the Ohio River Valley or down over Lake Huron and Lake Erie. double whammy. One Year we had a lot of 70deg days so I left my boat un covered for the night. This was in May. Next day I had a foot of snow.in it. Same thing in Wichita Falls, Texas in May, about a foot of the heavy wet snow - shut the City down for days.
    A 12" snowfall in May? ...in Wichita Falls, Tex?
    Possible.
    Shut the city down for days? ...in May? ...in Wichita Falls, Tex?
    I doubt that seriously!

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  • PigHunter
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    The biggest snowfall occurred here in March of 1993... 13 inches.

    The 14-day forecast calls for highs in the mid to upper 60's with a couple of days getting into the 70's.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by fitch270 View Post


    The green line is tubing for sap to run down to a holding tank. Buckets are going by the wayside.


    No animals, nor tracks. That’s on a ridge top where the snow is deeper, most critters are moving down into lower areas. Dropping a couple hundred feet of elevation makes a big difference and can often be done in a half mile or so.
    It is 3:30 Tues AM and and it is 35deg so nice slow melt. We can get some real surprised as storms can come up the Ohio River Valley or down over Lake Huron and Lake Erie. double whammy. One Year we had a lot of 70deg days so I left my boat un covered for the night. This was in May. Next day I had a foot of snow.in it. Same thing in Wichita Falls, Texas in May, about a foot of the heavy wet snow - shut the City down for days.

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  • fitch270
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
    What is the green line?
    See any animals doing the line?
    Too early for sheds?
    Every now and then I see the big pots at the flea market - copper I think.
    7AM Mon it is 40deg. We should be back to seasonal temps. Hope for some rain, icicles on the roof could be a back up problem.

    The green line is tubing for sap to run down to a holding tank. Buckets are going by the wayside.


    No animals, nor tracks. That’s on a ridge top where the snow is deeper, most critters are moving down into lower areas. Dropping a couple hundred feet of elevation makes a big difference and can often be done in a half mile or so.
    Last edited by fitch270; 02-22-2021, 03:41 PM.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Monday 2-15-2021
    Hi 32°
    Lo 15°
    Sunday 2-21-2021
    Hi 80°
    Lo 43°

    Better decide whether winter is over or not. Don't want to replant tomatoes... AGAIN!!!! LOL!

    My maternal grandmother grew up in East Texas near Palestine. She used to tell of a freak frost in early June one year that killed all the local corn crops. Late 1800's, early 1900's.

    What happened in Texas was one of those freaks of nature that just happen.
    ERCOT was supposed to be The Answer to Texas electrical grid, balancing wind, solar and fossil energies to meet all needs.
    But when the "defecation entered the ventilation" and wind and solar failed, it was too late to ramp up fossil fired plants to fill the gap.
    Natural gas fields are operated with remote SCADA systems, so valves, pumps and other equipment are electronically controlled.
    As wind and solar failed and fossil couldn't meet existing demand, those valves and pumps became inoperable due to the extreme cold.
    The solar failed because of cloud cover and snow covering panels.
    The wind generators failed because they had not been "winterized" to deal with sub zero temps.
    So the dominoes began to fall.

    It was yesterday before parts of East Texas had power restored.

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  • jhjimbo
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    What is the green line?
    See any animals doing the line?
    Too early for sheds?
    Every now and then I see the big pots at the flea market - copper I think.
    7AM Mon it is 40deg. We should be back to seasonal temps. Hope for some rain, icicles on the roof could be a back up problem.

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