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    Is it time to open the pool yet?

    ok, I'm ready to open the pool...now if only the weather would cooperate...
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    Don't even think about it robrinker I got 14 inches of snow today with 30 mph wind drifts are about 4 foot. I bet you got the same thing.
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    i got 70 degrees and 70 mph of wind, o yea and about 6 inches of rain. so if it was only 50 degrees colder here we could have had a great snow storm. my son left NC early to avoid the gut of the storm and even then he said for a while coming back from the beach back on to black top he had to drive at 10 mph as he could not even see the hood of his truck.

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    We got 20 inches of snow yesterday, ric. Not fun. Too deep to even play in , really.
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    Hopefully the next few weeks will bring warmer weather and I can get the pebbletec, equiptment, and finishing touches completed in the next 30 days--my boys are chomping at the bit!!
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    I am real sore from shoveling snow and using the snow blower. Had to dig out the hot tub also just to check the water that was a big job. To top it all off the Snow plow killed my mail box and post. I'm ready for spring. As far as 6" of rain our ground cant handle that so I guess the snow is better. It sound like everyone is tired of winter and ready for spring.Here is a front window view this morning.
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    YIKES! I don't think I have even seen that much snow in my life before,LOL Ahhhh love the south!
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