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    Default Have all of the Canadians dug out yet?

    Has it finally stopped snowing in the northern part of North America yet for 2014? Gee Wizard, seems like it was never going to stop with the white stuff this year.

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    You bet, all cleaned up for our road trip to Wisconsin Dells
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    Southern New Brunswick, is starting to feel like spring. The parking lot piles of snow are almost gone, the pot holes have arrived, the golf courses will open soon. I took the t-shirt off last week, the long sleeve winter shirt will go this week and spring jackets will come out next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayVoy View Post
    Southern New Brunswick, is starting to feel like spring. The parking lot piles of snow are almost gone, the pot holes have arrived, the golf courses will open soon. I took the t-shirt off last week, the long sleeve winter shirt will go this week and spring jackets will come out next week.
    You took the t-shirt off last week? Hope you go to a tanning booth or you're going to blind people. haha. I think you meant that you got them out of storage maybe?

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    You bet, all cleaned up for our road trip to Wisconsin Dells
    Looking good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    You took the t-shirt off last week?
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    Haha, no, we build up the layers in the fall, the t-shirts go under the flannel, or wool shirts; so as it warms in the spring, the t-s come off first, then the heavy shirts a few weeks later. By the first of may, we're into light weight summer cotton shirts.

    We go from winter to warm spring in 2, or 3 weeks, clothes get changed to match the seasons.

    This is just me, before I retired, when I rode a desk, the only change from winter to summer was long sleeves to short sleeves and lighter thinner suits in the summer, of course, you have a heavy coat in the winter.

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    OK, I get it now. I grew up in Washington State so im not unfamiliar with the concept of layering. I just never dropped the tshirt first.

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    Southern Ontario is just about thawed out.....grass is starting to green up

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    Yukon has been without snow for some time now (except the mountains).
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