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gsbrockman

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I have been out on a long run, and have not had much extra time to frequent this thread.

With that being said.....continue to remember Kathy and family, as October 18th marked the one year anniversary of the death of Jim.

Gosh......how time flies.


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gsbrockman wrote:

I have been out on a long run, and have not had much extra time to frequent this thread.

With that being said.....continue to remember Kathy and family, as October 18th marked the one year anniversary of the death of Jim.

Gosh......how time flies.



A year , wow, yes time flies. Not the same , not seeing NcHauler posts. This forum as well as others.

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Yes, Jim is missed, for sure!
If there was anything I did NOT need today or this coming week, cold and snow would be at the top of the list, along with snowpacked roadways.
It is snowing. 32 degrees.
The motorhome is supposed to go in Tuesday for storm damage repairs (finally).
If the roads are snow packed and icy, it just ain't gonna happen until it warms up enough to clear that stuff off!

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I didn’t mention the problem whit the master actor that we had to replace. We spent as much in repairs as we did traveling I am just glad we had the problems in NY and not some place in between AK and NY.

We are still experiencing fall here and probably will be for another week. We Alaskans like to try to make the most of our outdoor time when we know it is limited. However, I plan to try to make an overnighter in the not to distant future if the sky is clear and we have Aurora. We will probably just head up to the Seward Hwy in the evening and use a pull off unless we can find an open campground that is open to the sky’s for the night view. Our camper keeps us cozy even if we have it winterized we still enjoy taking it out.

I was remembering other trips that we made east and came back on snowy roads. This year we left early and although there is snow in Tok and some northern areas of the highway, we have none here.

I do love winter in Alaska. Besides the scenery, get to meet our neighbors and do all the community things that small towns do. Winters where we live now are much milder and easier to manage than the ones we had in upstate NY.

Have a good weekend everyone.


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16 degrees F. and cloudy. If it doesn't snow too much today, perhaps tomorrow the roads will be ok for taking the motorhome in for repairs. I have to tow the Jeep so I have a way home, and there again, not fond of that idea on slick roads.
Oh, well, ya gotta do what ya gotta do!
Oh, yeah, I have to put the towbar back on the Jeep today. I hope it warms up a little...

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Getting a bit of snow this morning, barely sticking on the lawn. Nothing on the roads ,just wet.

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Yall can keep that white stuff......

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gsbrockman wrote:

Yall can keep that white stuff......


I wish we didn't have it. Just heard a report on the 2-meter radio that Hwy 312 is solid ice all the way, Worden to Billings.
I don't think the motorhome is going to the dealer tomorrow (or today either, for that matter!). It may just sit where it is until after Thanksgiving, in hopes that the weather will moderate in December.

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Supposed to be a low of 5 degrees tomorrow night here in Utah where I live. I can't remember it being out of the teens for I don't know how long. also more snow coming tomorrow [emoticon]

Got a bit of yard work left ,but supposed to warm up into the fifties later this week ,and next.

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+1 degree F., with a slight breeze, for a wind chill of -6.
Whoops, changed already. Now -2, with a 2 MPH breeze, for a wind chill of -2.
All side roads are glare ice, but much of the freeway is clear. Still spotty ice out there, though.

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