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    snow in may

    It's may, the weather has been excellent in Norway lately, and look what I woke up this morning:

    So much for global warming....
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    You think they'll let me bring my snowboard on the plane?
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    Originally posted by PAlexC
    You think they'll let me bring my snowboard on the plane?
    Yes, and soon the summerski season is opening as well ( pics )
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    Winnipeg got 25 cm snow one day last week..4 cm next day.

    all gone now though
    but been raining almost ever since.

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    I heard about that nucleuz well, over here its beautiful! sun is shining and blue sky. well, that was what it was earlier today. now there is a storm coming

    mike, i i have to smile every time you mention Winnipeg

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    you got our storm comming then starting to clear up here now!
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    Originally posted by Markp.com
    Its sunny here!!! YAY!
    It poured down rain here and stormed like hell.
    I really enjoy forgetting. When I first come to a place, I notice all the little details. I notice the way the sky looks. The color of white paper. The way people walk. Doorknobs. Everything. Then I get used to the place and I don't notice those things anymore. So only by forgetting can I see the place again as it really is.

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    The only fun thing to do in the snow is snowskate in a closed park with a cigarette. Otherwise, it just sucks. Everyone's so pale and hideous

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    Over here we had snow about one week ago, right after we had nearly 30C. The weather curve over the last months looks similar to this:



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    Same weather as here then - 26C one week, snow the next and today the sun is back and 10C
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    I should be playing soccer right now, but instead it decided to snow so they closed the fields:@
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    Re: snow in may

    Originally posted by nucleuz
    It's may, the weather has been excellent in Norway lately, and look what I woke up this morning:
    Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm just now able to see my yard for the first time. I bought my new home in Feb and it's taken until last Thurs for all the snow to melt. I'm ready to move to someplace it doesn't snow

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    so you live above the arctic circle or something

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    how far past svalbard can one live???
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    Originally posted by Ihoss
    so you live above the arctic circle or something
    Roughly 9500 ft above it

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    I was telling gerbick about it a few weeks ago, when it was snowing, and he ask me to take pictures (probably didn't believe me. )

    Here's a pic of the hole in the deck for maintenance of the hot tub. The day before, there was no snow on that part of the deck.


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