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Shortshoughton
Dec 15, 2015
Hi all. My last post for a while. My office is closing today for the Christmas holidays and we only reopen on 11th Jan. I wish you all a very Blessed and peaceful Christmas and a happy and joyous New Year. See you all in 2016!
dbnc2
Dec 15, 2015
Hoping you have a great vacation
and a very Merry CHIRSTMAS
WE WILL MISS YOU
GOD WILLING WE WILL SEE YOU IN 2016
pixipixil
Dec 15, 2015
Have a wonderful Christmas holiday, shorts. Hope you and those you love are showered with blessings.
goof1953
Dec 15, 2015
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Stay well and enjoy.
JamieT
Dec 15, 2015
Enjoy your Christmas holiday! Judging from your symbol, you're from South Africa. What part of South Africa are you in?
Gillwho
Dec 15, 2015
Merry Christmas and Happy New year, Shortshoughton. Hope you have wonderful Christmas Holidays!
trynfindit
Dec 15, 2015
Merry Christmas Shorts. And Happy New Year.
retirenow14
Dec 16, 2015
In the US very few places of employment would close down for such a long period of time. Sometimes I think that is why the US was so successful for such a long time. Here many employees are urged to work as long as the employer needs them to work. Mostly it is service jobs that are only 4 hours a day. Even those people often get called to come in on their day off.
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2015
My brother and his wife had enforced 2 week holidays w/o pay every Christmas. They worked for a Japanese firm in CA.
trynfindit
Dec 16, 2015
Where do you live, retirenow?
retirenow14
Dec 17, 2015
Upstate NY state. It is a pretty rural area that used to have lots of farms, but few remain operating today. The young people don't want to work ridiculously hard for very little money and no pension for their old age. Our town has a state veteran's home as the biggest employer and a small factory as the next largest.
Trinijig
Dec 16, 2015
Trynfindit I was looking at a sleigh on facebook today and thinking just the same.
pixipixil
Dec 15, 2015
Is that a tent in the trees on the lower left? I've never been in realy high mountains in the snow but I would not feel safe. I'd rather see it in photos or movies. It is beautiful Anybody see the movie Everest? It was sooo gorgeous.
Wishing you safe holiday thrills. (Seems like an oxymoron but hope it isn't.)
trynfindit
Dec 15, 2015
One of my bestest holiday thrills would be to ride in a one-horse open sleigh. Have ALWAYS wanted to do that!
CatLadyOKC
Dec 15, 2015
Looks more like a snow cannon.
pixipixil
Dec 15, 2015
Catlady--are those the guns they shoot off to prevent avalanches? We saw a movie about a Swedish family who went to a posh ski resort in France and thoughout the movie the cannons were being shot off. It may save lives but it sure ruins the whole ambience. Too bad there isn't some other way to handle it.
JoyceRogers
Dec 15, 2015
Pixi, when I was a Boy Scout Leader we went camping in the snow at least twice a year. I remember one year we were high up in the mountains (with around 200 Boy Scouts and leaders) and the snow was at least 4 feet deep! The temperature got to -25 degree (F) both nights we were there. If you have the right equipment, you can stay quite comfortable. We had to use snow shoes (which we made by hand! ) to stay on top of the snow. We were in an area where avalanches don't happen, so no worries there. I had probably one of the best times of my life that weekend!
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2015
We had a home in the Catskill for 12 years and lived there for 7. In the winter we had lots of snow and in February the temperature sometimes got to -40! My husband used to love being able to endure the extreme weather but we never did a snow camp-out. We didn't have the money for expensive gear. We did ice skate on a frozen lake and it was scary because at intervals the ice would expand and crack giving off a sound like a gun shot. The best years of my life were spent in that house. I miss tha mountains and river.
retirenow14
Dec 16, 2015
Its not an oxymoron these days. I figure we just keep living our lives with an eye and ear to our surroundings. Those routinely texting and wearing earbuds or earphones in busy areas are putting themselves at risk on a daily basis anyway. Que sera sera.
JoyceRogers
Dec 16, 2015
I have always been afraid of lakes...you never know what's down there! We went ice fishing with a friend once (well, I watched) and I was scared to death the whole time. The ice was over two feet thick but I was petrified that it would crack and the lake would swallow me whole. But like you said, the ice makes noises. I thought it was beautiful! As the sun started to go down the lake began to talk...it had beautiful moans, scary cracks, and loud booms that sounded like cannons going off. I was afraid to move. But the fact that it was getting dark and my feet were frozen made me slip and slide to shore lot faster!
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2015
We live in view of a lake and I do plein aire landscapes. One January on a calm, sunny, 30 degree day I packed up my stuff on a plastic sled and headed for the far side of the lake. There were tracks from 4x4's and ski mobiles all over the place but I was still petrified. I work in acrylics which is a water base and had packed hot water in a hot water bottle in my ski pants under a warm windbreaker. I was comfortables and was enjoying painting but had to keep changing the water each time the paint on my brush began to turn to slush. The painting came out okay but somehow got a rip in the canvas. I don't ever plan to do that again.
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2015
I forgot to mention I kept aking water from the hot water bottle when it needed changing.
nlbuchanan
Dec 15, 2015
Very slow tonight, but it's late and I'm tired. Baking and baking and baking. My family has agreed to not buy presents for one another because some can't afford it. Even so, they don't have to forgo mama's goodies 'cause they don't really count as presents.

God bless you all and may you keep your minds focused on the true Christmas gift that far surpasses anything we might buy for one another.
retirenow14
Dec 16, 2015
Amen.
sharondarlene
Dec 16, 2015
Majestic!!
sonjat
Dec 15, 2015
I wish I was 20 again and had my skis on that mountain. Oh well memories are great
JUDY2014
Dec 15, 2015
That's the only thing I miss about living in NJ. skiing.
tussinmama
Dec 15, 2015
I lived in NJ for years the work travel to Newark was hard in the snow but I mis the snow but I am in Florida weather great
trynfindit
Dec 15, 2015
Where in Fla are you? There are several puzzlers from Florida.
JUDY2014
Dec 16, 2015
Tussinmama.........I worked in Newark at a bumper replating company....off Farelinghausen Ave. (probably spelled that wrong....where in Jersey...I lived a few places like Elizabeth, South Brunswick, Roselle. And where in Fla??? I am in Ormond Beach....lots of questions for a Wednesday!!!
sunsetsky
Dec 15, 2015
Look closely and you will see what looks like a tent or campsite set up amongst the trees. I am not sure what it is. Any ideas?
orinoco
Dec 15, 2015
Some kind of machinery up on caterpillar-type tracks. At first glance it looked like a mailbox to me!! Then I realised how big it must be by measuring it compared to the trees.
ninanita
Dec 15, 2015
Can it be a snowcanon?
orinoco
Dec 16, 2015
It must be. I couldn't think of the name of it.
xyxyxyxx
Dec 15, 2015
I have been lucky enough to ski in several beautiful places - Sun Valley was my favorite....we took a sleigh ride out to a restaurant in the woods for dinner. That blue item on the side of the trail is a snowmaker which blows man-made snow onto the trail if/when Mother Nature doesn't provide enough.
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