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Discussion in 'LOCAL KANSAS TALK' started by koakley1, Feb 23, 2008.
It is snowing again! I have had my fill of winter weather. How about you guys? :tire:
I just got wet gettin supper off the grill. Thank goodness it's rain today instead of ice. Wish i was using INSTEAD of buyin tackle. Surely it's gettin close to spring.
I agree with you Kevin.I'm ready for some nice weather.I will never again after this cold winter complain about mowing the grass.
Fo the last three weeks during mid week the lake will be ice free then come the weekend we get there and its frozen.Last weekend we broke ice from the ramp to over 1/2 mile..I'm tried of the ice..
Im sure sick of it.Up and down,up and down.Just got finished snowing.They were as big as cotton balls.Not too much longer though, hopefully.:0a32:
i am also tired of the snow hopefully the sun will shine soon :misdoubt:
It just seems like its in the 40's & 50's here at home during the week while I'm in Iowa, where it's been in the single digits and below zero. Then when I get home on the weekend it is cold and snowy here and in the upper 30's and clear up there. I think I'm dragging the bad weather around with me.
Its all your fault. :smile2::wink:
Sorry guys! :sad2: My wife told me if I couldn't bring nice weather home to just stay away. then she realized that the paycheck stays away too. Then she said she was kidding! COME ON SPRING !!!!
Just about the time I think I might be able to sneak out to Tuttle Creek
Dam and fish the tubes, it snows again. I don't mind doing the spidermonkey
imitation down the rip-rap when it's dry rock I'm climbing on. Patchy ice
and snow just sounds like an invitation to more hospital time than I can
afford. Come on April!
Dont mean to rub your faces in it but we've been holding with mid to high 70's and low 80's for the past 3 weeks with occasional 60 degree cold fronts. Ofcourse though, I will be the one to envy you all when we get around to the summer and Im sitting in 110+ heat!:crazy:
you@#$%*+cocky desert@$$0%#!! It doesn't get any better up here in
the summer!! If you sweat, it does you no good at all! Around 95 degrees
you feel like your face is melting because of the humidity. I've been down
there in the summer. 110 degrees aint $#%! down there cause its as dry
as a soda cracker and your shirt aint so soggy the neck hole is a foot and
a half wide and it looks like you stood in the shower with your clothes on!
AAARGH!! My backyard is filled with mud and splintered trees from the
icestorm back in December. With springtime, one gets mushrooms...
(Just joking. I thought you might find it amusing if I lost it. Humor is such
a risk, so difficult to know true meaning in the best of situations. If I offended
I apologize. Really do want this winter to be over...)
dont you see his signature ?? yer gonna get a warhead on yer forehead !! :smile2:
It takes a whole lot more to get me offended:big_smile_2:! I was just trying to stay in tune with your intensity there:smile2:! I truely sympathize with you all on the weather back there. I grew up on lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio. So I know a thing or two about the snow. I miss playing in it but sure as heck dont miss shoveling it or waiting for it to go away so the spring fishing can start! So hang in there and really, dont think that I was offended.
This weather has everyone heading a tad bit to the nutty side.:big_smile_2:
i do snow removal and even i am tired of seeing it!!!!
Hopefully this is the last of it I can't wait to get out and go fishing. But I'm sure when I get out their the bite will be slow and the wind will be cold but hey it sure will be worth it. It seems early it is all or nothing sometimes you can't buy a bite and then their are some days you can't keep a pole in the water. The extended forecast is looking promising but that sure can change in a hurry but keep your fingers crossed and maybe we will get some lines wet I've had some bait brewing all winter and think it might be very productive.
You know it's bad when the guy making money off of it is tired of it:smile2:!