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Pea soup fog!

Saturday, November 17, 2012

We are socked in with fog so thick, we cannot see the school behind our home! Very strange to have fog in the third week of November...
We were going to take a little side trip today, but will confine ourselves to stay in town and drive down the road to dad's house to set timer, then to buy a gift card for Christmas for my younger sister.

I had to get up in the night to turn the furnace down from 61 to 58,,, weird temps here...

BONUS***BONUS****Yesterday while looking for a staple remover, I found a whole roll(50 ct.) of 42 cent postage stamps!! I do not remember buying them,, they have the flags of each state,, very pretty, but beats me when I bought them,, maybe the parents did and a=gave them to me.. or my O.F.S kicked in.
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AUNTRENEE 11/17/2012 10:06PM

    I've seen fog in December that was pea soup thick. It was around Christmastime when we were visiting my oldest brother and his family in Minnesota. We went back to our motel in another town. It was thick. You couldn't see the vehicle in front, side, or behind you. You couldn't even see headlights and this was at night.

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ALDEBARANIAN 11/17/2012 6:03PM

    Please drive gently. Take good care of you.

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DEBBIEANNE1124 11/17/2012 2:57PM

    You stay warm & enjoy those postage stamps.

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PATRICIAAK 11/17/2012 11:18AM

    Stay safe

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NORASPAT 11/17/2012 9:30AM

    LINDA, FOG and thick snowstorm white outs are my biggest fear. I called last night and told our Plattsburgh Family we would not be with them this year. DH hip is really bad and now he has an infection and on Penicillin. Driving through the snow is bad and I would have to do most of the driving. We will stay home and enjoy one another's company. HUGS Take care, Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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NORASPAT 11/17/2012 9:25AM

    LINDA, FOG and thick snowstorm white outs are my biggest fear. I called last night and told our Plattsburgh Family we would not be with them this year. DH hip is really bad and now he has an infection and on Penicillin. Driving through the snow is bad and I would have to do most of the driving. We will stay home and enjoy one another's company. HUGS Take care, Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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KNEWMETODAY 11/17/2012 9:15AM

    Fog is the one condition I find most alarming because of the visability issue. I grew up in Colorado and, well, fog was not an issue. Kansas is another matter, although it doesn't really get bad that often.

Our lives are like that sometimes--socked in. We want out but can't see a clear path...your fog will clear so you can again see the school and the road.

Kathy

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