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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 1:30 pm 
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DIRTJUNKIE wrote:
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This weekend will be blue skies. As luck would have it, I got a CE class this Sunday!


A what class?


CE class.

It's spelled out plainly. :roll:


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 1:40 pm 
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As in CE marking?

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Continuing education. Most of us with professional licenses in California have to do them to keep them current.

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norton55 wrote:
Continuing education. Most of us with professional licenses in California have to do them to keep them current.


Yes. Most of the time it's a PITA. This Sunday ought to be a good one.

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That was just a test.


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DIRTJUNKIE wrote:
That was just a test.

...and rest assured, DJ, that I for one believe you.

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Good ride with a friend today. Snow and sleet coming tonight.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 11:09 pm 
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Looks squirrely. 8-)

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:41 pm 
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It's greening up nicely here but the sky isn't exactly blue.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:49 pm 
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Nice........ 8-)

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It’ll do quite well. Far bluer than my white wash. 36 hour snow event here. Going to need a couple days for it to settle. Rain on the way Wednesday might make for a rare crust ride! :dance:


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 1:37 am 
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MiniTrail wrote:
It’ll do quite well. Far bluer than my white wash. 36 hour snow event here. Going to need a couple days for it to settle. Rain on the way Wednesday might make for a rare crust ride! :dance:


I see that. The East is getting hammered by what hammered us a few days back. That's a mean storm.

It was 75 degrees yesterday, about 70 today and we are looking at several days in the 70s over the next en days. We have have an early false Spring here.


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It's rained 12 out of the last 20 days here this month. Things are greening up real nice. So far this season I'm at 30 inches. My neighbor 3 miles up the ridge from me is at 48 inches. If this trend continues, we'll have a normal winter this year. And yes, not much riding in the last couple of months. We are going to have a week of warm weather also, in the high 60's and sunny. :D

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norton55 wrote:
It's rained 12 out of the last 20 days here this month. Things are greening up real nice. So far this season I'm at 30 inches. My neighbor 3 miles up the ridge from me is at 48 inches. If this trend continues, we'll have a normal winter this year. And yes, not much riding in the last couple of months. We are going to have a week of warm weather also, in the high 60's and sunny. :D


WOW, that's a lot of rain! What is the seasonal average in your area?


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Norton,

For those of us not from Trumpistan, what's a "normal winter" to you?

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Our average rainfall is around 80 inches. However, here are some historical rainfall events from my friend who is the keeper of the historical record here. His family came here in 1888. January 1909 - 62 inches was recorded for the month. 1937 - 22.5 inches was recorded in one day in February. Two years ago a neighbor up the ridge from me recorded 200 inches for the year. Whenever I see one of my friends we dispense with the usual "how's the family" and then the conversation immediately turns to "how much rain did you get/have?" 8-)

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 3:19 pm 
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Bluebird skies here this morning MT! Cool and windy, too.


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norton55 wrote:
Our average rainfall is around 80 inches. However, here are some historical rainfall events from my friend who is the keeper of the historical record here. His family came here in 1888. January 1909 - 62 inches was recorded for the month. 1937 - 22.5 inches was recorded in one day in February. Two years ago a neighbor up the ridge from me recorded 200 inches for the year. Whenever I see one of my friends we dispense with the usual "how's the family" and then the conversation immediately turns to "how much rain did you get/have?" 8-)



Sounds like a warm and less windy version of Denmark.

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Bluebird skies here this morning MT! Cool and windy, too.

Zero and windy here today. Feckin brutal


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Trumpistan

Magura :)


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4F this morning. It has warmed up to balmy 9F, time for a ride!
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Now, that's Orange!!

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Fire on ice! :lol:
Just finished 4.5 miles in 6F and strong wind. Sinking crust => I am exhausted.

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“Sinking crust” would do that. Way to get out there.


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I was hoping to sneak in a local ride after work but it's blowing a sustained 25-30 so I think I will just hibernate instead.


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Quite windy down here too, Hawg. Two people died instantly when a 75 ft. tree fell on the 2nd story of a house they were staying in.

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Sinking crust, porpoise ride


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Ray Dolor wrote:
Quite windy down here too, Hawg. Two people died instantly when a 75 ft. tree fell on the 2nd story of a house they were staying in.


I read that, bizarre. Wasn’t that in Point Loma?


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DIRTJUNKIE wrote:
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Quite windy down here too, Hawg. Two people died instantly when a 75 ft. tree fell on the 2nd story of a house they were staying in.


I read that, bizarre. Wasn’t that in Point Loma?


Corner of Santa Barbara and Santa Monica. The hills of OB.

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I was working out in Camarillo today and the sky was super blue, the air was crystal clear, and the view out over the ocean was amazing...

How's this for blue sky, MT? :D


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