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20 hours ago, treeslayer said:

Well the birds are having a tough time taking a bath but at least the mail and fire trucks can find their spot, high temp of -5 going down to -20 tonight2D627DA8-17E9-4BB3-974A-043572F129DD.jpeg.be5bb11c449b7ec0187e588b48ff9907.jpeg57FE48E3-F3CD-41E3-B25A-C19A9D351489.jpeg.a019c4421a9e74b511c5f260a055131c.jpeg90E0F096-F3A1-4978-8ED5-F7186805190F.jpeg.b651d536f191530570ccf90ecb720653.jpeg

We are colder but you have about a foot more snow there Dave, stay warm :) 

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14 hours ago, Coop said:

They are talking about us having “black ice” but not sure what that is? 

Its ice that can be really hard to see. It's no joke stay home that stuff can be really scary especially if those around you don't know what they are doing which is a good bet it in TX. Stay safe Coop

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As much as I try to understand electricity, I don’t. If I turn my valve off to my water hose, I still get a little water out of the nozzle when I open it. When I turn the propane tank valve off of my cooker, the flame lingers momentarily. When I unplug my drill motor, that’s it! Looks like there would still be a little in the power cord? 

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My cordless drill and impact both will turn on the LED light for a brief second if you just took the battery off. It's enough to make me think, crap, the battery just died and then I realize I took out the battery.

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