So how's your weather??

Don’t forget about the black flies!!!

Peter I think you got more than I did, but either way it sucks and with all this snow Spring will bring lots of mud and black flies. ha. ha.

Chris, come on up. ha. ha.

Marcel :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

Marcel, after all this snow I can’t wait to get bitten by a black fly.

Of course when that happens I’ll be bitchen about the little bastards!!!

I shoulda been de weather man, only job I know they pay you to lie. 77 degrees here as I type this Twisters forecasted for tomorrow:(

Geeze Charlie, 70 degree weather, don’t rub it in please. ha. ha.

Marcel :slight_smile: :wink:

What have you been doing to look so young???

Nice Linas, Daughter and scoundrel boyfriend in Tombstone. :smiley:

Brian, they are all scoundrels when it comes to our daughters. ha. ha.

Marcel :slight_smile: :wink:


Brian, I know all about scoundrel boyfriends, I think I have a pine board in my shed, want me to make up a tombstone for him?

Here lies the scoundrel, nuf said!!!

I remember Maine weather being a lot nicer than that Marcel. Are you sure you didn’t go up north and take those pictures to fool us and feel sorry for you??

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Man, you guys know who to live in AZ.

Need any help???

Which one of us wasn’t a scoundrel when we were young?:wink:

I was probably two or three scoundrels on more than one continent. :twisted:
I really meant well though. :smiley:

Yeah, if I stopped to think about it long enough.
My reward for being a scoundrel was having my own daughter.

And BTW the weather here still su_ks.

Nice Linas, now you are giving me spring fever.

Unfortunately, those nice months only last a few and we are right back to winter. ha.
Can’t wait for the scenery to look like that again.

Marcel :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

Snow from downtown.
Biggest I have seen in twenty years.

Staff photo by Jim Evans
SALTY SNOW: A man-made mountain of snow from Waterville’s streets is piled higher by public works employee David Vigue Thursday morning. The snow dump, at Head of Falls next to the Kennebec River, is piled to make room for more snow expected soon.
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Waterville officials say city needs better emergency preparation
WATERVILLE – A mini ice storm that hit the city two weeks ago sent up a big red flag for City Manager Michael Roy.

Heavy use of salt on roads spurs concerns about runoff
Road salt kills trees and shrubs, and it contaminates drinking-water supplies.

Marcel :slight_smile: