Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Chilly!

I woke up today feeling better than I've felt in more than a week. To celebrate, I whipped up a fresh batch of French Pressed Black Lightning. Mmmmm! Just what I need to warm my soul on a brisk morning like today -- It was 12 degrees outside, and it actually felt pretty good.

There were a great many slick spots on the road. The snow followed torrential rain, so it should come as no surprise to anyone that there's quite a bit of ice left on the road, despite the crews' attempts to salt and plow it into oblivion.

The weather gurus are saying we're in for a little more snow later this week. Honestly, I'm about sick of it. I've had plenty of fun this winter in the snow, but the amount of work I have to put into The Goat just to keep it on the road is getting old very quickly.

Random Tunage:
Frankie Bones - The Way You Like It
MOS - Elektrify

2 comments:

MRMacrum said...

I can definitely see light at the end of the tunnel now. Yesterday was over 50 and it rained off & on all day. The tons of snow still threatening my fragile sump pump system finally let gravity take it to the ground. The hump has been passed. Well, that's the hope anyway.

Glad to hear you are feeling better.

A Midnight Rider said...

Lots of rain. We pretty much don't get snow around here any more. Been four or five years. The average winter snow used to be somewhere around 80"-90". Now 30" is a lot.

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