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1
Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 11:24:11am

Wow. Particularly loved the interplay on the bass solo! My good friend who runs a studio just across the Wisconsin border has found a young woman for whom he produced and recorded a new country album (Gina—coming soon). Anyway, Kevin Gastongauy and Cory recorded on it.

2
Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 23, 2021 • 11:47:34am

Love that fresh thread smell.

3
retired cynic  Oct 23, 2021 • 11:51:49am

13 truly staggering images from Close-up Photographer of the Year 2021
(from the UK)
countrylife.co.uk

I love all of them, but especially the collection of insects from the bowl of an outside light in Norway and the micrometeorite sitting on a micro-facetted garnet, each smaller than a grain of sand.

4
retired cynic  Oct 23, 2021 • 11:53:56am

Another article I found of interest in that issue of Country Life: Nine unusual berries that you should be growing in your garden, from boysenberries to wineberries
countrylife.co.uk

I want to grow all of them!

5
PhillyPretzel  Oct 23, 2021 • 11:55:32am

re: #3 retired cynic

They are beautiful. And you are right that garnet is very pretty.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:06:51pm

Vance and Mandel are nutz, and they are the GOP’s best hope for a Senate seat

7
Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:07:53pm

re: #6 Backwoods_Sleuth

Vance and Mandel are nutz, and so they are the GOP’s best hope for a Senate seat

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:08:43pm
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JOE 🥓  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:09:57pm

She is diagnosed with cancer. DeSadist sends his asshole Surgeon General to insult her by not wearing a mask…

10
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:10:33pm
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Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:12:35pm

re: #6 Backwoods_Sleuth

Vance and Mandel are nutz, and they are the GOP’s best hope for a Senate seat

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JOE 🥓  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:15:27pm

Tate boasts that they went to see Jesus.

13
ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:16:31pm

re: #4 retired cynic

Another article I found of interest in that issue of Country Life: Nine unusual berries that you should be growing in your garden, from boysenberries to wineberries
countrylife.co.uk

I want to grow all of them!

So, you will berry us?

14
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:19:00pm

re: #12 JOE 🥓

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ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:21:40pm

re: #12 JOE 🥓

Tate boasts that they went to see Jesus.

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en.wikipedia.org

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Hecuba's daughter  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:25:11pm

…..

17
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:25:47pm
18
wrenchwench  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:26:42pm

re: #14 Backwoods_Sleuth

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When you’re 50th out of 50, the only direction is up.

Poised. Roadmap.

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:27:12pm

re: #17 Backwoods_Sleuth

Or someone who is wearing orthodontia.

20
Hecuba's daughter  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:27:24pm

re: #16 Hecuba’s daughter

…..

My bad. I was looking at the wrong number!

21
jaunte  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:27:33pm
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Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:45:19pm

There was a dentist in our neighborhood in Lexington who use to hand out those little bags with a toothbrush, small tube of paste, and floss for Halloween. Not popular with the kids, but we were grateful.

23
Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:52:00pm

h/t to Crooks and Liars

24
Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 12:54:26pm
25
BeachDem  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:02:50pm

re: #6 Backwoods_Sleuth

Vance and Mandel are nutz, and they are the GOP’s best hope for a Senate seat

[Embedded content]

Heh

Ohio keeps getting nuttier and nuttier.

26
jaunte  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:05:42pm

re: #25 BeachDem

Owning the Libs is the end of the story.

27
gocart mozart  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:07:26pm
28
Cheechako  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:10:41pm

Alaska is being dragged into the 21st century:

Starting Sunday, Alaskans will need to dial 907 for in-state phone calls

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Ace Rothstein  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:11:11pm

re: #6 Backwoods_Sleuth

Vance and Mandel are nutz, and they are the GOP’s best hope for a Senate seat

Who is “they”? Edit: I mean “they” in the tweet.

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Ace Rothstein  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:12:24pm

re: #12 JOE 🥓

Tate boasts that they went to see Jesus.

What is “real America”?

31
Ace Rothstein  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:13:04pm

re: #14 Backwoods_Sleuth

Mississippi is the road map to hell.

32
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:17:05pm

gee, Christina Bobb was there.
my shocked faced…

33
Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:19:32pm

re: #30 Ace Rothstein

What is “real America”?

According to Tate, anywhere “owning the Libs” is the preferred way of life.

34
Ace Rothstein  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:21:21pm

re: #33 Eclectic Cyborg

According to Tate, anywhere “owning the Libs” is the preferred way of life.

Sounds very productive.

35
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:21:58pm

re: #29 Ace Rothstein

Who is “they”? Edit: I mean “they” in the tweet.

you know, THOSE people. the OTHERS who want to Make America Less Great…

36
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:25:14pm
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Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:27:34pm

re: #31 Ace Rothstein

Mississippi is the road map to hell.

I live in MS and I just want to point out there are good, sane people in this state that are doing our best to effect change, but conservatism is pretty much a family tradition in these parts so we’re facing some really strong headwinds.

But we’re here and we’re fighting, so don’t write us off.

Morons like Tate Reeves don’t speak for all of us.

38
DodgerFan1988  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:35:35pm

Jason Aldean wasn’t available.

39
jaunte  Oct 23, 2021 • 1:50:21pm
40
Florida Panhandler  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:00:28pm

re: #32 Backwoods_Sleuth

gee, Christina Bobb was there.
my shocked faced…

A democracy that refuses to arrest and prosecute all those responsible for organizing and promoting an insurrection and violent assault on our representative government does not deserve to continue. Any entity that will not defend itself from ultimate and certain annihilation cannot survive in this world.

We must arrest and prosecute every last person involved with Trump’s attempted coup or we are doomed.

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retired cynic  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:02:16pm

Scary.

Clarence Thomas, Mitch McConnell, Heritage Foundation Set to Celebrate Right-Wing Court Takeover
By Peter Montgomery
rightwingwatch.org

Thomas wants the Supreme Court to abandon 80 years of rulings on the Commerce Clause, which Congress used during the 1930s to enact New Deal programs that are still in effect today. Returning the U.S. to a pre-New Deal interpretation of the Constitution would mean doing away with New Deal and Great Society anti-poverty programs and dismantling the “administrative state.” As Right Wing Watch noted, “many conservative politicians haven’t been honest with their constituents that what they are seeking would mean the end of Social Security and Medicare and federal programs that protect workers, consumer, and communities.” In addition, Thomas holds a particularly extreme position on church-state separation, arguing that states are free under the Constitution to declare an official religion.

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ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:07:02pm

What should you do when you are facing authoritarianism? Here are some good ideas:

LESSON 8: Stand Out (11:49)

LESSON 8: Stand Out

43
Charles Johnson  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:19:17pm
44
Belafon  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:21:32pm

re: #27 gocart mozart

“Libs purged”

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retired cynic  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:21:48pm

Ah, the combine is taking out the last of the corn field between my house and the rest of the world. I had my own private kingdom for a while!

46
JOE 🥓  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:22:57pm

Kat Kerr still insisting the Big G opened a time portal and she saw the future when Trump was back on the throne…

47
ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:44:08pm

re: #45 retired cynic

Ah, the combine is taking out the last of the corn field between my house and the rest of the world. I had my own private kingdom for a while!

My ex’s parents lived in rural Southern Virginia. Surrounding them was a lot of land with pulp timber. Eventually the company came and harvested the trees. However, the tree cutters left a couple of rows of trees around my ex’s parents’ property as a windbreak and privacy screen.

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Hecuba's daughter  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:47:49pm

re: #40 Florida Panhandler

A democracy that refuses to arrest and prosecute all those responsible for organizing and promoting an insurrection and violent assault on our representative government does not deserve to continue. Any entity that will not defend itself from ultimate and certain annihilation cannot survive in this world.

We must arrest and prosecute every last person involved with Trump’s attempted coup or we are doomed.

Our nation should then have perished in 1866 when we did not hold the rebels nor their leaders accountable for the death and destruction they inflicted on our land, and instead allowed their evil to flourish. For a brief period — from the Warren Court until the Reagan Presidency — they did appear to be defeated. But they gradually returned, unabashed and unrepentant, and ready to consume all that is good here.

49
Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:49:09pm

Now, this is funny:

50
ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:49:17pm

Looks like the seasons are starting to change here in Virginia. The high temps have dropped from the upper 70’s to the mid-60’s. The leaves are starting to turn to autumnal colors and fall. ‘Tis the beginning of leaf raking season.

Reminds me of the old Mark Twain quote:

“Winter is begun here, now, I suppose. It blew part of the hair off the dog yesterday & got the rest this morning.”
— Mark Twain

Meanwhile, I suspect that our more northerly lizard correspondents are giving a sigh of exasperation. While our California and Florida friends are laughing.

51
Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:53:09pm

re: #50 ckkatz

Looks like the seasons are starting to change here in Virginia. The high temps have dropped from the upper 70’s to the mid-60’s. The leaves are starting to turn to autumnal colors and fall. ‘Tis the beginning of leaf raking season.

Reminds me of the old Mark Twain quote:

“Winter is begun here, now, I suppose. It blew part of the hair off the dog yesterday & got the rest this morning.”
— Mark Twain

Meanwhile, I suspect that our more northerly lizard correspondents are giving a sigh of exasperation. While our California and Florida friends are laughing.

I loved the fall the year we lived near Richmond. More vibrant colors than here in NH, and it lasted longer. Unfortunately, the winter was a record-breaking cold one and we had to have heating oil delivered. It was $800 to fill up and that would last a month. We opted to dress warmly and keep the thermostat low.

52
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:55:12pm

oh

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ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 2:59:28pm

re: #51 Barefoot Grin

I loved the fall the year we lived near Richmond. More vibrant colors than here in NH, and it lasted longer. Unfortunately, the winter was a record-breaking cold one and we had to have heating oil delivered. It was $800 to fill up and that would last a month. We opted to dress warmly and keep the thermostat low.

Yes, Virginia really doesn’t do winter well.

Nothing is set up for prolonged cold. And snowbound roads, which in the North would be promptly and fully cleared, seem to be left to fester until the next thaw. Or spring, which ever comes first.

When you were down here, did you make it to the Blue Ridge Parkway in the fall leaf season?

54
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:02:22pm
55
Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:03:50pm

re: #53 ckkatz

Yes, Virginia really doesn’t do winter well.

Nothing is set up for prolonged cold. And snowbound roads, which in the North would be promptly and fully cleared, seem to be left to fester until the next thaw. Or spring, which ever comes first.

When you were down here, did you make it to the Blue Ridge Parkway in the fall leaf season?

Yes, someone on the hiring committee said “I’ve never had to wear hat or gloves in winter since I’ve been here.” And then record snow (it even shut down the DC airports for a moment). No, but we went apple-picking near Charlottesville, and then went to Monticello; good views. The home we rented in Ashland was in a small woods that produced beautiful foliage.

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ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:06:34pm

re: #32 Backwoods_Sleuth

[Embedded content]

gee, Christina Bobb was there.
my shocked faced…

Hmm, the first thing my mind went to was “I wonder if she is related to Lorena. So I went down a rabbit hole to find out it was Lorena Bobbitt not Bobb. And then found out that the whole thing happened about 10 miles from my home. Yuck!

For the younguns:

John and Lorena Bobbitt
en.wikipedia.org

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:09:49pm

lots of crazy in this thread

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sagehen  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:15:21pm

re: #48 Hecuba’s daughter

Our nation should then have perished in 1866 when we did not hold the rebels nor their leaders accountable for the death and destruction they inflicted on our land, and instead allowed their evil to flourish. For a brief period — from the Warren Court until the Reagan Presidency — they did appear to be defeated. But they gradually returned, unabashed and unrepentant, and ready to consume all that is good here.

this seems a good time to rerun

Wealthy bankers and businessmen plotted to overthrow FDR. A retired general foiled it.
(WaPo)

when the General was first approached,

Butler wanted to know who these businessmen offering him money and power were. According to the BBC radio show “Document,” MacGuire told him they would announce themselves shortly.

A few weeks later, news of a new conservative lobbying group called the American Liberty League broke. Its members included J.P. Morgan Jr., Irénée du Pont and the CEOs of General Motors, Birds Eye and General Foods, among others. Together they held near $40 billion in assets, Denton said — about $778 billion today.

Had Butler been a different sort of person and gone along with the plot, Denton thinks it would have been successful. Instead, in the fall of 1934, he went to J. Edgar Hoover, head of what would become the FBI. Congressional hearings were launched to investigate possible fascist sympathizers.

after the congressional investigations,

(Butler) claimed that he had named names, and those names had been removed from his testimony that was released to the public. “Like most committees, it has slaughtered the little and allowed the big to escape. The big shots weren’t even called to testify,” he said in a radio interview.

The committee maintained the names were kept under wraps until they could be investigated and verified. But no further investigation was ever conducted.

According to journalist John Buchanan, speaking to the BBC in 2007, that was probably because Roosevelt struck a deal with the backers of the plot: They could avoid treason charges — and possible execution — if they backed off their opposition to the New Deal. Denton thinks the press may have ignored the report at the urging of the government, which didn’t want the public to know how precarious things might have been.

This really needs to be a movie. Maybe George Clooney would be up to the task (his name is at the front of my mind because Good Night and Good Luck, his movie about Joseph McCarthy, is on PBS tonight.)

59
retired cynic  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:21:17pm

re: #51 Barefoot Grin

I loved the fall the year we lived near Richmond. More vibrant colors than here in NH, and it lasted longer. Unfortunately, the winter was a record-breaking cold one and we had to have heating oil delivered. It was $800 to fill up and that would last a month. We opted to dress warmly and keep the thermostat low.

I’m approaching that here with the cost of a tank of propane for winter heat.

60
JOE 🥓  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:23:41pm

I’ll be honest that I do not miss the fail foliage back in Western PA because no matter how I raked up the lawn and bagged the leaves an hour later Dad would be yelling that I did a poor job and sure enough more leaves on the ground…and the same shtick when I plowed the sidewalk while it snowed…

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I Would Prefer Not To  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:26:26pm

Just got back from MA. Try to go in fall to see leaves. It’s been disapointing the last couple of years. I say it’s too warm in the fall, others claim it’s the lack of rain in summer. Whatever this is the most color I saw.

62
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:26:58pm
63
ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:28:41pm

re: #55 Barefoot Grin

Yes, someone on the hiring committee said “I’ve never had to wear hat or gloves in winter since I’ve been here.” And then record snow (it even shut down the DC airports for a moment). No, but we went apple-picking near Charlottesville, and then went to Monticello; good views. The home we rented in Ashland was in a small woods that produced beautiful foliage.

Yes, the eastern side of the Blue Ridge has excellent apple orchards. (And also wineries these days.) One of the more popular ones is the Graves Mountain Farm and Lodge and resort complex in Madison County.

There was talk about how the brown marmorated stink bug was going to decimate agriculture along the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge. But I have not yet seen that.

Now you have me curious about which big snow it was. In the last one, 2016, I was waiting for a hernia operation and shoveling _very_ carefully, it took me three days to get from my garage doors down the 40 feet to the street. I finally broke down and bought a snowblower the next summer.

In the 2009 one, the road crews piled the snow from clearing the main road onto the intersection with my road, building a berm about 10 feet high.

In the 1996 one, I started the evening in Pittsburgh and then drove through the snowfall to home. When I hit Interstate 495, that 8 lane highway was completely covered; To the point I couldn’t tell where the roadbed was and where the berm was. I only remember seeing one other vehicle on it. (I was driving an inherited 1980 LTD at the time. And not too worried about traction.)

64
William Lewis  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:32:31pm

Past peak color here, but there are still pockets of it here and there even as more trees go bare.

65
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:34:23pm
66
Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:38:30pm

re: #37 Eclectic Cyborg

I live in MS and I just want to point out there are good, sane people in this state that are doing our best to effect change, but conservatism is pretty much a family tradition in these parts so we’re facing some really strong headwinds.

But we’re here and we’re fighting, so don’t write us off.

Morons like Tate Reeves don’t speak for all of us.

Same with Idaho. The GOP here is actually somewhat sane. It’s the GQP that’s out of control and doing their best to turn us into a GQP paradise hellhole.

67
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:50:06pm

Cumbre Vieja attempting to outdo Fagradalsfjall in the most-photogenic volcano of 2021 contest:

68
Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:51:03pm

re: #67 Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus

That is eerily beautiful.

69
jaunte  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:51:42pm
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Decatur Deb  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:52:44pm

In a strong 4th-quarter comeback, Alabama has become #2 in CV deaths-per-million.
worldometers.info

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Hecuba's daughter  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:58:19pm

re: #70 Decatur Deb

In a strong 4th-quarter comeback, Alabama has become #2 in CV deaths-per-million.
worldometers.info

I’m expecting Florida to move from #9 to #7 on Monday evening when they next update Florida data. But then again, sometimes other states appear out of nowhere due to a belated revision of past statistics.

72
Dangerman  Oct 23, 2021 • 3:58:26pm

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Dangerman  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:00:38pm

re: #70 Decatur Deb

In a strong 4th-quarter comeback, Alabama has become #2 in CV deaths-per-million.
worldometers.info

Florida is desperately trying..

Florida’s top public health official was asked to leave a state Senator’s office this week after refusing to don a mask in her office,” Florida Politics reports.

“Sen. Tina Polsky, who was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer in August, asked state Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo and his two legislative aides to leave her office after Ladapo refused to comply with her request to put on a mask.”

74
Rightwingconspirator  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:02:51pm

re: #64 William Lewis

Nice shot. Just a few people around here have trees that turn with the fall that we get here. No hard freezes ever. I shot this for light and texture, one of the few trees around here that show fall colors.

75
Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:06:37pm
76
Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:10:05pm

re: #70 Decatur Deb

In a strong 4th-quarter comeback, Alabama has become #2 in CV deaths-per-million.
worldometers.info

Roll Died

77
Decatur Deb  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:10:42pm

re: #73 Dangerman

Florida is desperately trying..

Morons
Used with permission

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jaunte  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:12:59pm
79
A Mom Anon  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:15:21pm

re: #75 Backwoods_Sleuth

She’s just so very awful. In every way there is she is not qualified to be a Senator. And it’s not that she isn’t smart, she’s worked hard at getting an education and getting to where she is. But she’s clueless and arrogant. Maybe she could take a minute or 5 to read a fucking civics text book or something. I’m sure there’s a copy of one at the school where she teaches a class about how to fundraise.

80
Decatur Deb  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:16:59pm

re: #78 jaunte

If it looks like the money trail can lead back to the Brahmins, there is going to be a bunch of dead insurrectionist platoon leaders.

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Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:18:14pm

re: #59 retired cynic

I’m approaching that here with the cost of a tank of propane for winter heat.

Ouch!

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Dave In Austin  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:18:57pm

This is the bomb IMO….

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William Lewis  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:24:27pm

re: #74 Rightwingconspirator

Nice shot. Just a few people around here have trees that turn with the fall that we get here. No hard freezes ever. I shot this for light and texture, one of the few trees around here that show fall colors.

[Embedded content]

Very nice one. I like it.

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Barefoot Grin  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:24:41pm

re: #63 ckkatz

Yes, the eastern side of the Blue Ridge has excellent apple orchards. (And also wineries these days.) One of the more popular ones is the Graves Mountain Farm and Lodge and resort complex in Madison County.

There was talk about how the brown marmorated stink bug was going to decimate agriculture along the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge. But I have not yet seen that.

Now you have me curious about which big snow it was. In the last one, 2016, I was waiting for a hernia operation and shoveling _very_ carefully, it took me three days to get from my garage doors down the 40 feet to the street. I finally broke down and bought a snowblower the next summer.

In the 2009 one, the road crews piled the snow from clearing the main road onto the intersection with my road, building a berm about 10 feet high.

In the 1996 one, I started the evening in Pittsburgh and then drove through the snowfall to home. When I hit Interstate 495, that 8 lane highway was completely covered; To the point I couldn’t tell where the roadbed was and where the berm was. I only remember seeing one other vehicle on it. (I was driving an inherited 1980 LTD at the time. And not too worried about traction.)

I think it was 2010-2011. The snow was a one-off event (about a foot), but the cold lasted a couple of months. I’d be happy to be corrected, but I think we went to Kentucky in 2011 for a couple of years before heading to NH.

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darthstar  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:47:59pm

Smart - I suspect more students will do the same.

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ckkatz  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:48:57pm

re: #84 Barefoot Grin

I think it was 2010-2011. The snow was a one-off event (about a foot), but the cold lasted a couple of months. I’d be happy to be corrected, but I think we went to Kentucky in 2011 for a couple of years before heading to NH.

Yes, there was some crazy weather in Virginia in 2010. January, there was a foot of snow in Richmond. February, the famous Snowmeggadon hit. Then the Christmas storm in December, although that was more down Richmond and Tidewater rather than the DC region, iirc.

And, as they say, “A good time was not had by all”.

You were probably wise to get out of Dodge… Richmond when you could.

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Dave In Austin  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:51:56pm
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Rightwingconspirator  Oct 23, 2021 • 4:59:09pm

Sometimes simply shown does it.

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 23, 2021 • 5:00:18pm

re: #88 Rightwingconspirator

Yes it does.


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