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But This is Texas!!!

LFGEnergyLFGEnergy Posts: 618
edited 4:09AM in EggHead Forum
OK, lots of snow pictures, but this is DFW for goodness sakes!!! We had 12 to 16 inches drifted in front yard. Nice thing is that the sun is out and it will be gone by tomorrow (we hope B) ).


New EggShack carried the snow, although I think I will add a little bracing at wall after this one :ohmy: . Not sure my design engineer ( :whistle: ) adequately estimated snow loading!!!


Dave in Keller, TX


  • 2Fategghead2Fategghead Posts: 9,623
    The Winter will most likely be know and the year we got a lot of snow. :woohoo: Tim
  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,466
    and it's sunny and 55 in San Antonio at 2:15. Think I'll start a fire and sit on the patio! :woohoo: Amazing what 300 miles can do!

    I do, and don't, miss the white stuff.
  • I hear you! Couldn't do the 3 or 4 months of winter thing again.
  • It's just not right. We are not supposed to get this kind of weather.
  • Supposed to get to 52° here today but at 3:00 PM it was still only 45°. But it's nice and sunny enough to get some stuff done that I thought needed gett'n done.

    So I took a nap.

    Spring "Sometimes It's Best To Think On It" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA
  • 11- 12 inches further West in Aledo. I'm ready for more "Texas" type Winter! This image is from Friday morning.
  • I'm told that it snows in Texas on occasion to fill the 'homesickness void' of those who moved to Texas from up north. Naturally it is at the expense of those of us who were fortunate to live here or close by for life.

    Some Texans had to Google 'snow' to understand what was happening... Or so I'm told LOL

    Spring "Googling Don't Tell The Whole Story About Snow" Chicken
  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,466
    Sno kidding.
  • In Louisiana where I partially grew up, then stopped, Ma Nature dropped a bunch of the stuff on most everybody one year. In North Louisiana they called it 'Snow.' In South Louisiana they called in 'Sneaux.'

    Now you kneaux.

    Spring "Neaux Way Jeauxsa" Chicken
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