I feel the same way lala. I do miss him and I am sure Scottsville posters are really feeling it as much as he posted for years. I will continue to post until they take it down and keep up with regular posters and new ones. I like to share the articles and videos with everyone, plus learn all the little tips different people have come to know.Good morning, Abeliever and AW, et.al. Beautiful day today. I still feel sad for Una, regardless of his foul posts. I think that he was a very lonely man, embittered by something that happened to him. I will continue to post because I like to get others' viewpoints on topics of the day.
Have you seen the white present folks up north got? I am sure glad that I don't have to deal with that anymore. I have a hard time with even the briefest cold snaps that we get. Hope you all have a good day. I will pop in and out but I really have to get to some chores.
You are right about the North getting their snow package. My family in New York sent pictures of the kids frolicking in the snow for the first time. They are toddlers. Even the dog had a blast. haha
I will take our Kentucky weather now. 55 degrees with a little rain. haha
14 photos of what Nemo left outside New Englanders' doors
The Northeast woke to record-setting snowdrifts Saturday after winter storm Nemo piled up snowdrifts as high as three feet. Live somewhere warmer? Thanks to the Internet, you can experience the shock of opening your front door and seeing a wall of snow, too. New Englanders shared some jaw-dropping photos of the snow piled up outside their doors, and we've compiled some of the best in this gallery A few glass-half-full types made the most of it, like the guy who decided to turn his front porch into a beer cooler. Others, including the poor kid pictured above, weren't so happy about the harsh weather.