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Old 02-18-2021, 04:38 AM #4421
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i hope you guys are thawing out and spring is just around the corner
/when do we change our clocks?
that would suck to be without power and hopefully people who live in places where the power can go out have some kind of back up plan
thats cool your w.sister sent you a recipe for a king cake!
what is it? cna i ask
this year is sort of like last year and things are just kind of moving along, but just not like it used to be
lets hope this spring brings new growth
all i need is a wink and ill let the cat out of the bag
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i hope you guys are thawing out and spring is just around the corner
/when do we change our clocks?
that would suck to be without power and hopefully people who live in places where the power can go out have some kind of back up plan
thats cool your w.sister sent you a recipe for a king cake!
what is it? cna i ask
this year is sort of like last year and things are just kind of moving along, but just not like it used to be
lets hope this spring brings new growth
all i need is a wink and ill let the cat out of the bag
Good afternoon pop_rocks.
Its about 20 degrees and the sun is out today. After the last couple plus weeks it feels like a heat wave. You can really feel that the sun has some strength to it and even though its still a good ways below freezing the sun is starting to warm the streets and parking lots and melt some of the ice that has built up. Plus the sun is good for the mental health as well and longer days are welcome. We have about two more hours of light than we had in the dead of winter.
It looks like daylight savings goes into effect on march 14 this year. I wish they would leave it in effect all year and we wouldn't have to mess with the clocks. I'd rather have more light in the evening but thats just me.
I feel bad for all those people in Texas. No power, heat or water during snowstorms that they don't see often and aren't prepared to deal with must be a huge bummer. Just think if somehow a freak snowstorm and cold snap hit Southern California. The houses aren't designed to hold heat and if the power grid was down the heat wouldn't work anyway. It would be a bad deal for sure.
Ill have to check the Ming cake recipe and get back to you on that. I know it gets plenty of green, gold and purple sprinkles on top.
Im with you on hoping for spring to bring some good things. I need to see some live music or I'm going to snap soon. I've been having my cosmic voyages on mushrooms listening to a lot of live music on YouTube but nothing compares to being with other like minded people seeing it go down live.
I hope you guys have a great time this weekend and can't wait to hear about what your up to. I hope you get that wink brother!
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im looking forward to the weekend and the adventure that awaits
me and the mrs are hoping to taking a trip and there might just be other goodies im super excited about as well
we are having a santa ana today and i hear the week is supposed to finish off nice
im not a prepper but i have a pretty good back up if shtf
i like to camp so i have a decent supply of fuel and things like that, plus i have a few things stored at home
/rice and other canned foods to last several weeks
but you can never be too prepared
let me know if oyu ever find the secret to a good king cake and i hope you get baby with every bite!
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im looking forward to the weekend and the adventure that awaits
me and the mrs are hoping to taking a trip and there might just be other goodies im super excited about as well
we are having a santa ana today and i hear the week is supposed to finish off nice
im not a prepper but i have a pretty good back up if shtf
i like to camp so i have a decent supply of fuel and things like that, plus i have a few things stored at home
/rice and other canned foods to last several weeks
but you can never be too prepared
let me know if oyu ever find the secret to a good king cake and i hope you get baby with every bite!
Good afternoon pop_rocks.
Happy Friday!
I can tell your excited for the weekends adventure. Have a great time and don't do anything I wouldn't do LOL.
Im quite envious of your weather, I just looked at your forecast and it looks so nice. Sunny and 70's is just about perfect.
Its a good idea to have a few weeks worth of supplies on hand. As we have seen when Covid hit the stores can get emptied in a hurry and if you don't have supplies your out of luck. There are a ton of unknown things that can happen to cut supplies short and it happens usually without warning. Good camping supplies would be just the right things to have if there was a power grid problem. Being able to cook your food and stay warm are not underrated. Your absolutely right that you can't be too prepared.
Have a great weekend brother!
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hope your weekend is off to a great start f'nut! how are things outside today?
its hard to complain about the weather here in socal and ive been putting in some time in the garden to get hgns ready for the spring
no matter where you live you still need to be prepared, you never know when the power will go out or things get crazy
even in socal we have natural disasters to worry about
/mostly earth quake, fire but there could be other problems no on anticipates
i was talking to a friend last night about this very same thign and he was pitifully unprepared
he had some dry good and a few cans of things, but no water or other essentials
the funny thing was he said, well ill just stock up when the time comes...
WRONG!
/you and the other ten thousand ass holes will all be cramming the stores and anyplace else hoping to get whatever is left; being prepared isnt somethign you wait for the lastr minute to run out and do
the funny thing is one of out friend made a good case for tsunami here in so cal; something no one is anticipating
thats why they are problems, people just arent prepared to take care of themselves and then complain when the gov is overwhelmed by an emergency situation
a few simple things kept around the house can amek all the difference
this dosent even include weed and drank (for those of us who like to imbide)
/ill get off my soap box now brother, thanks for letting me vent
cant wait for our adventure and its all systems go! we are heading out later today and i am excited about the haul
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hope your weekend is off to a great start f'nut! how are things outside today?
its hard to complain about the weather here in socal and ive been putting in some time in the garden to get hgns ready for the spring
no matter where you live you still need to be prepared, you never know when the power will go out or things get crazy
even in socal we have natural disasters to worry about
/mostly earth quake, fire but there could be other problems no on anticipates
i was talking to a friend last night about this very same thign and he was pitifully unprepared
he had some dry good and a few cans of things, but no water or other essentials
the funny thing was he said, well ill just stock up when the time comes...
WRONG!
/you and the other ten thousand ass holes will all be cramming the stores and anyplace else hoping to get whatever is left; being prepared isnt somethign you wait for the lastr minute to run out and do
the funny thing is one of out friend made a good case for tsunami here in so cal; something no one is anticipating
thats why they are problems, people just arent prepared to take care of themselves and then complain when the gov is overwhelmed by an emergency situation
a few simple things kept around the house can amek all the difference
this dosent even include weed and drank (for those of us who like to imbide)
/ill get off my soap box now brother, thanks for letting me vent
cant wait for our adventure and its all systems go! we are heading out later today and i am excited about the haul
Good afternoon pop_rocks.
Happy Monday!
My weekend was nice! I found and purchased a nice used snowboard and bindings. I also got some really nice snowboard boots. They seem like they are going to be a lot more comfortable than the ones I used a few weeks ago and I'm hoping that means more riding for me. I didn't get a chance to test the equipment out yet but next weekend I will for sure!
How was your weekend?
I hope you had a great adventure! Im looking forward to hearing what you did and how it went. Your doing a great job of keeping us in suspense brother!
Your so right about it being important to be prepared. Its easy to take for granted that we have a wall mart available 24 hours a day for anything we need. As you mentioned if you wait until a disaster strikes you will be too late to get stocked up and you will suffer. We saw how quickly the toilet paper ran out last spring when this covid panic hit. I think it was Badfishy that mentioned how there is always a screen like that at stores in Florida when there is a hurricane predicted. And your so right that water should be at the top of the list. You make a great point about people being irresponsible and expecting the government to bail them out when there is trouble. As we know that's not a good plan just look at the track record.
Just as predicted the heat wave is here brother. Its in the 30's outside and feels great after the last few weeks of bitter cold. It looks like we are going to have some nice melting temps this week and not too soon. My gutters and roof have a shitload of ice and snow in them.
With the warm weather yesterday I made sure to get out for a game of disc golf. I had a great time and played better than I have thought I would have given the long layoff. The snow cover on the ground here comes all the way up to the bottom of the basket. I don't think I've seen this much snow on the ground here since I was a kid. Here's a pic of how deep it was at the course yesterday.
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oh wow man,how deep is that
/ that pole is what? like two or three feet high
is it hard to walk on, the tracks looked pretty packed down?
im glad to hear things are starting to warm up for you and while i dont think we are done with winter yet, it should be nice for the next few days
/take off your shirt and enjoy the nice weather
you can nver be too prepared but we should all keep a few things around the house for emergencies
a few gallons of drinking water per person is a must
some decent food is good, i have canned spam and corned beef, things like that; also have dry goods like a few bags of rice and beans
you can fit enough emergency supplies for a small family (and a dog, like your fiddy) in one of those big totes
the weekend was great and me and the mrs had such a great ride!
/my side still aches from laughing so hard
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Old 02-23-2021, 10:23 PM #4428
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oh wow man,how deep is that
/ that pole is what? like two or three feet high
is it hard to walk on, the tracks looked pretty packed down?
im glad to hear things are starting to warm up for you and while i dont think we are done with winter yet, it should be nice for the next few days
/take off your shirt and enjoy the nice weather
you can nver be too prepared but we should all keep a few things around the house for emergencies
a few gallons of drinking water per person is a must
some decent food is good, i have canned spam and corned beef, things like that; also have dry goods like a few bags of rice and beans
you can fit enough emergency supplies for a small family (and a dog, like your fiddy) in one of those big totes
the weekend was great and me and the mrs had such a great ride!
/my side still aches from laughing so hard
good things happen to good people
Good afternoon pop_rocks.
That basket is at least 2-1\2 feet and probably 3 feet off the ground. As you saw it was all packed down around where people were walking but right up to the bottom where no one had stepped. There was a nice packed down path between the tee and the baskets and if you stayed in the fairway it was pretty good. If you made a wild throw you had to post hole through the deep stuff and would have been wishing for snow shoes. I only went I to the deep snow a couple of times and had a bunch of birdies. I felt really good about how well I shot.
Im sure your right about winter being far from over, especially here. We get plenty of cold weather and snow in March and even April. We even ha a pretty big snowstorm in May here when I was a teenager. But I think we are getting g to the point where we are probably not looking at the bitter sub zero temps. I can deal with coll.weather and as much snow as we can get but the arctic blasts are what make me miserable.
I agree that canned and dry foods are what you want if shit were to hit the fan. In the winter those of us that live up here could probably keep fresh food cold for a while but not indefinitely. People forget that when the power goes down so does your fridge and freezer. We can also be a little more careless about keeping water up here because we have so much fresh water in all the lakes here.
Im glad you two had a great time over the weekend. I always use to get a case of the giggles when I was younger and took a voyage but these days I'm more introverted and less expressive. I get to to my music and if there is a bonfire I can stare at the flames for hours. You are certainly good people and good things are happening for you! I hope your having a great day buddy!
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hey thanks brother; you are good people too plus a lot of good friends here
/f'yeah to good people!
the snow golf scene sounds fun as long as you are pretty good
/i bet you can find a lot of discs once the now melts
thats funny because i was going to ask you about if you had snow shoes to traverse the banks
even one of those packs of spam from costco and some beans in a can would be good place to start for your survival rations
you would eat the stuff in the fridge/ freezer first and with a few canned goods you would be good to go for at least a week
you are so right about how you dont have to worry about water as much
with plenty of fresh snow and stuff i bet you would have plenty of water to drink and even clean things
i know what you mean about getting introspective and just grooving
im looking forward to taking another balloon ride soon
you have a great day too buddy! the week is flying by and i cant wait for the weekend
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hey thanks brother; you are good people too plus a lot of good friends here
/f'yeah to good people!
the snow golf scene sounds fun as long as you are pretty good
/i bet you can find a lot of discs once the now melts
thats funny because i was going to ask you about if you had snow shoes to traverse the banks
even one of those packs of spam from costco and some beans in a can would be good place to start for your survival rations
you would eat the stuff in the fridge/ freezer first and with a few canned goods you would be good to go for at least a week
you are so right about how you dont have to worry about water as much
with plenty of fresh snow and stuff i bet you would have plenty of water to drink and even clean things
i know what you mean about getting introspective and just grooving
im looking forward to taking another balloon ride soon
you have a great day too buddy! the week is flying by and i cant wait for the weekend
Good afternoon pop_rocks.
Thank you for the kind words. Your right there are some great people here on icmag! Social media and internet forums often bring out the worst in people but we are here for a common goal and that seems to help eliminate a lot of the argumentative shit I see in other places on the net.
Nothing beats a game of disc on a beautiful 75 degree day but if you want to keep playing year around in a lot of places you have to play in all different conditions. I was using that pink disc on Sunday because its so easy to see it against the white snow background. I bet your right that there are quite a few discs buried under the snow and when it finally melts some people are going to have some new plastic in their bags. Fall is another great time to find discs out on the course. During summer the grass and brush are so thick that plenty of discs get lost and when that dies off in the fall you can find a bunch. I found 4 discs in one round a couple of falls ago.
I don't have snowshoes because we don't usually have enough snow on the ground to need them here. If this keeps up I might have to get a set.
Spam and beans would make a great meal during a disaster or in the aftermath of one. I use to go a a Hawaiian bar in San Francisco that had a bunch of spam based dishes on the menu.
Your right the week is flying by and I'm really looking forward to getting on the snowboard this weekend.
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