Another Walk

By: plapman , 12:40 PM GMT on April 02, 2013

Today will be sunny with a high of -3C(25F). Tonight will start clear but becoming partly cloudy late this evening. The wind becoming southerly at 30 km/h after midnight. The overnight low will be -8C(18F).
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Abbey and me took another walk along the gopher trails but I didn't see any of the little animals.
The Queen just got up time to go for coffee.

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4. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
12:09 PM GMT on April 03, 2013
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3. unclemush
1:54 AM GMT on April 03, 2013
I saw my first Robin today.Yaaaaaa :)
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2. masshysteria
4:00 PM GMT on April 02, 2013
Good Afternoon, Tony!

The view from your webcam looks much improved today! Perhaps, it's due to your car blocking the remaining snow seen behind it? Seems that Canada decided to share another of its arctically cold air masses with us the other day. What a dramatic change we had yesterday from an earlier felt 60F degrees felt early afternoon to a low of 28F degrees overnight. At least, we didn't get any more snow, but those 40 mph wind gusts sure did howl and a few rains pelt! At least, be week's end, we could see warmer temps return again, as hubby is so eager to use our gas grill again. We're so tired of the usual indoor meals and have a hankering for the taste of grilled foods.

Hope you stay bundled up while venturing outside in La Prairie. It appears you're stuck in the frigid zone as well. Hope by, at least, mid-April, these arctic wind chills. etc. will all come to a screeching halt. I think one of Shakespeare's infamous phrases, (taken from one of his famous plays, Richard III), seems quite applicable right now, as "This Is The Winter of Our Discontent!" Boy, he ain't kidding! LOL!
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1. unclemush
3:06 PM GMT on April 02, 2013
Hi Tony.Looks like I'm first.LOL :)
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