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CDNmatt

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In Topic: Mattys first ever Glog "Into the fire" 2019 season

Yesterday, 10:24 AM

So ran an oil filled heater last night as a test....When I went and checked this morning it was around 8.5C, and that was with lots of snow and ice inside which would certainly work against the heater. Got down to around -1c last night, the oil heater did ok I would say since it had to fight against the cold on the ground as well.

 

Tonight I will break out a bigger heater to  help speed up the melt inside, once that is all done I can rig up the corn bulb set ups I have on the bottom shelf and turn them on for 4-5 hours once the sun goes down, just to keep them on my 16-18H on light they had been getting, it will also help add some much needed heat.

 

Edit - Peeeeee Teeeeee


In Topic: Mattys first ever Glog "Into the fire" 2019 season

Yesterday, 09:03 AM

Dang, that’s a lot of snow , you still have, eh. [emoji52]Is that a normal amount of snow for this time of the year,eh. [emoji848]No wonder you might get a little cabin fever up there [emoji2957][emoji3063].
After the Wings being first , I would say the Leafs are my next favorite hockey club. Cause, well they are original 6 and it’s been awhile since they’ve hoisted Lord Stanley’s cup. Wings vs Leafs rivalry used to be a kickass game back in the day.


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Even for here this is not really normal to have this much snow left, it all should be gone or at least anything that is not put into big piles. But really what is normal anymore right? You can't fall back on historical averages like we have  been used to for so long, until we really can get a handle on our climate change it's going to be pretty erratic for the foreseeable future. Just another year with bad luck hopefully the fall is nice this year to make up for it.......... :pray: :pray: :pray: :pray: :pray: :pray:

 

 

 

Think it has been so tough on all you Red Wings fans because they were good for so long, like until things went south these past couple years, many teams would try and emulate how the Wings were built and they're style of play to which I would say, they were one of the first, if not thee first, to have the speedy type of game that is common in today's NHL.

 

They gotta be close to having the record for consecutive playoff appearances, the run they had from the 90s till a few years past was unbelievable. 


In Topic: Mattys first ever Glog "Into the fire" 2019 season

16 April 2019 - 09:49 PM

Check this crap out.... - https://www.theweath...01/most_popular

 

 

Damn guy is lucky to be alive one would think eh


In Topic: Mattys first ever Glog "Into the fire" 2019 season

16 April 2019 - 09:10 PM

Two words for you and your dedication to producing a crop of superlong season peppers under such conditions Matty. Total respect.

 

Thanks Dee that really means alot buddy it really does /high five


In Topic: Mattys first ever Glog "Into the fire" 2019 season

16 April 2019 - 08:37 PM

 

Holy crap!

 

Hey, what's that brown stuff under the white?

 

 

You know, its been damn near 8 months since I have seen dry ground, I almost forget what it looks and feels like :mope:

 

 

Oh, I grew up on Long Island, NY. Escaped in 1978 ;)  Don't miss the cold none and certainly would never want to pay $10,000 in property taxes for a 1/5th acre lot with 1,600sf. It sure gets hot here in the summer but a sunup to 11AM shift outside is not really bad. It's pretty arid here, as we're just East of desert country. Houston, now is humid as hell...it's just 4 hours East.

 

Hang in there, it will warm up soon ;)
 

OK yeah I thought it was kinda a dumb question, like I knew you guys have your winters down there but not to that extent. Would love to spend my retirement days in a place like Texas/Arizona or something similar to escape the colder months at least.