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New Mexico Snow

Discussion in 'The Coffee Shop ~ Chit Chat' started by USAF-Suburban, Nov 24, 2013.

  1. USAF-Suburban

    USAF-Suburban New Member

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    Down here in Southern New Mexico we don't get any significant amount of snow all that often. Woke up this morning to a nice sight! Since we moved from Kansas a while back, the old Suburban hasn't had to put up with much of the white stuff. A safe and happy Thanksgiving to all! Greg

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    Nice. We were supposed to get hit with that same storm system but it's missing dfw right now, just right at freezing and we're getting rain.
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  3. USAF-Suburban

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    My brother is stationed out in Fort Hood and I don't think he's got much other than rain either...
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  4. ChevyFan

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    Usually the further North the greater chance.
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    USAF-Suburban,

    Thank you for the pictures of your Suburban. She doesn’t look to upset about the snow! :lol:

    Have a great Thanksgiving!

    Jennifer T.
    GM Customer Care
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  6. USAF-Suburban

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    Nope, not upset at all. Being in the military she has been all over this great country and has seen both ends of the extreme weather climate. She's comfortable no matter what :) Although, there was a few days when we were stationed in Kansas when it was roughly -15 or so and she didn't seem too excited about it...
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    Woke up yesterday to a pile of snow.......Oh yeah, I live in Canada, just wish I was in NM,,,,or Arizona
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    We most often get about 2 feet of snow over a winter. I'm thinking of selling the house and moving down to Georgia or outside Jacksonville Florida. I'm getting old and my bones don't like these temps.
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    Most of the time we have great weather down here but. Summers aren't overly hot and winters are fairly mild. Every once in a while we do get some snow but it's gone in a day or 2...
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    I work in all temps doing underground construction on gas lines.. After 20 years of outside work in down to -10 degree fahrenheit Im about sick of winter.. Working 45 hours a week in it and then have to come home and fix the vehicles or bring in firewood, plow the driveway shovel the sidewalk plow the driveway again....uggghhhhh Im sick of it.. 5-10 year plan is to move where its warmer.... Cant wait..
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    You'll hear a lot of negatives about it (most of them untrue) but New Mexico is a pretty darn good place to live. Like everywhere, it has it pros and cons...
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    I'm with you brother, after you've shoveled you last 75 pounds of snow, a light comes on it the back of you head saying M.O.V.E !

    Your in what's 'Ground Zero' for falling snow. Get while you can.
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