Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by I am Carbon, Jul 9, 2012.
That weird time of the year again.
Hot, cold, hot, cold.
A/C, heater, A/C, heater...
Mostly orange, with a 90% chance of long sleeves.
36 and mostly snowing
Welcome to MN Last Friday
it was 82
They close the schools over that down here. Is that a well in the picture? I've never seen one like that, like the storybook version
It's just covering a shallow well pump
More decoration than needed but I'm to lazy to tear it down
I love the cold weather and the smell of wood smoke in the air...for about two weeks, just like the onset of Summer. Spring and fall, YEAH!
Too bad it's not a wishing well. It is beautiful here today! Cool breeze and 68 degrees. I should be riding! Nope. Work. If that was a wishing well, I'd wish...nah, like frog kissing, all the girls ever got was warty lips. (My bad for suggesting. They caught on quick but the ole lady still picks one up and inspects him from time to time. I mean what? She's got me! Hummmmm
Minus 7ºC all today in Saskatoon although the roads are clear and dry. Plate is valid until Oct 24th but Eff it, the bike's already winterized.
WOW! -7. I've seen that before but it was on my last math exam!
Well... at 6:30 Am.. 35 degrees..light rain...Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr... stop over for the saturday morn'n coffee shop BS.. then .... the RE dealer.. drop off for winter storage.
Just remember that is -7 C, that stands for Canadian right Fred? Won't say what our "F" degrees stand for!
Canada went kinda Metric in the 1970s but highway distances are still talked about in miles even if they're measured in KM.
Temperatures are in Degrees Celcius (same as degrees Centigrade because scientific stuff has to be named after someone)
US temperatures are named after some 19th Century guy named Farenheit. Also has 100º but his Butler had a fever that day so your normal blood temperature is 98.4.
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