Ot maybe we should sing "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas" because the weather forecast for Central Texas tomorrow (Dec 4) is a 70-80% chance of snow. Yes SNOW! Now I know all of my blog readers up in the the northern states are yawning and thinking big deal, so what. Well, down here in the sunny south where the snowbirds flock every November it is a BIG DEAL!. Last time we had any appreciable snow was 10 yrs ago and that was less than an inch. This time we might get 2-4 inches. Should make the Christmas Stroll in Georgetown this weekend feel like Rockefeller Center in New York at Christmas. The downside to this is Texas drivers have no concept of the white stuff and how it affects driving conditions. Typically they jump in the family SUV or crew cab pickup and barrell down the freeway like any other day only to discover too late that they can't stop...or steer. It's a mess of tangled vehicles and cars in ditches any time there is precipitation much less ice or snow. Hey, we've been in a 2 year drought we forgot how to drive in wet stuff. Mix in slick and we're in a heap of trouble down here. So my advice is to stay home. no one is going to miss you at work anyway because everyone will be playing in the snow. If you aren't then I hope you're either a policeman, fireman, or a wrecker driver because you'll be busy.
Wiley waiting for snow, hoping it will make the squirrels catchable.
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