Coffee anyone ?

Blue Sky

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Add in some fahr aints to finish off any survivors
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Snow? I thought winter was over? It’s humid in the 80s here.
Wow! 80s and humid sounds tropical and weird. I woke up to a solid two inches of snow this morning, and a little ice under it when walking to class. I'm supposed to go ride my horse this afternoon, not sure how much I will do with him today. I can only dream of that one week in the summer when it hits 80 degrees here.
 

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Back in with coffee. Blue sky 54 now going to 68. I ~was going to drag arenas -- Lil' Red (UTV) deader than a doornail. Water in the ignition switch - switch taken apart, dried out, and now airing while the battery recharges.
Our grazing days will be coming to an end soon :confused: - in spite of all the rain the foxtail season is coming in faster than I'd like to see. They are still green at the moment, but I can see the tinge of yellow, which means it won't be long until it's their season. Nasty things they are. Once dry each seed becomes an arrow with the nasty sharp tip point that can easily work it's way through the skin and travel internally causing major havoc and worse. Also easily zip into nasal passages and down ear canals like a one way gondola. Of course this coupled with the warm weather noisy slithery creatures makes for two strikes - and I'm not going for a third strike. This is normal here. Such is life, and life is good - just have to be smart with the cards we are all dealt.
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Knowing your seasons and being able to anticipate weather s a gift that is given to those who have lived in the same place for several generations. If we were smart enough to listen to our grandparents. It is going to be hard moving to northeast Texas to learn the weather patterns, growing seasons, etc.
 
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