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Old 12-25-2012, 08:18 PM   #19071
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What? It snows? In Texas?
Well, technically I'm in OK right now, but it's snowing in Texas too. It's usually does once or twice a year. Only a few inches at a time, and it doesn't usually stick well since the ground is still warm.
This storm on the other hand is a rare around here. I can't even remember the last time we had a white Christmas, and there are actually blizzard warnings a couple of counties East of here.
Texas should get around 4", and OK should get around 6" It will probably be higher in the areas with blizzards.

What's kind of funny is, the day before yesterday I didn't need a coat because it was so nice out. That's Texas weather for ya.

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Do they have mountains?
Not what you call mountains but ya sorta. The southern end of the Ozark mountains. This storm is like most of em that hit like this-blew in from the Sangre De Christos mountains in New Mexico
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Do they have mountains?
We call them mountains, but they're really just big hills. It's mostly flat here in NE Texas and SE OK though. Good farm land.
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What do you do with snow that doesn't stick and no mountains?
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Enjoy it while it lasts
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What do you do with snow that doesn't stick and no mountains?
We can't really do anything with the snow we get, and the mountain we lack, but there's plenty to do the 99.95% of the year that it isn't snowing.
Off roading, ATVs, fishing, hunting, camping, boating, jetskis, ect. Just because we don't have very many mountains, and very little snow doesn't mean we don't know how to have fun. We just have fun doing different things.

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What do you do with snow that doesn't stick and no mountains?
Try to keep your feet dry.
Wet feet=suck
Cold feet=suck
Cold, wet feet=screw that.
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Try to keep your feet dry.
Wet feet=suck
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Cold, wet feet=screw that.
Yep, I go from manly man to sissy when the feet get wet and cold.
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We can't really do anything with the snow we get, and the mountain we lack, but there's plenty to do the 99.95% of the year that it isn't snowing.
Off roading, ATVs, fishing, hunting, camping, boating, jetskis, ect. Just because we don't have very many mountains, and very little snow doesn't mean we don't know how to have fun. We just have fun doing different things.
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Yep, I go from manly man to sissy when the feet get wet and cold.
I could snowboard all day as long as I have good boots, if my feet get too cold the day is over.
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