- Apr 28, 2011
Well it was supposed to snow by now. Nothing yet. But it's bloody cold out there!
I'm a radar watcher, all this snow went south of you, much went south and east of me.Well it was supposed to snow by now. Nothing yet. But it's bloody cold out there!
That site is across the bay. If it does happen I'll be able to see launches. I miss going to Cape Canaveral to watch them.Once more infrastructure goes in (you mentioned some type of rocket thing) more people will come and figure a way to buy up land and build more houses and they'll be happy to line bore you a gas line...
If it is their mistake, they don't charge the fee to purge and restart all your appliances, normally that is around $150. Then the cost for a tank of fuel, 426 gallons, whatever that is (I also prepay so it will come out of that fund). Lots of $$$.We also have propane. And have auto fill. Luckily my hubby checked and we were dangerously low. Big chunk of money to fill the tank up when it gets that low.
Just soMinniechickmama in MN
Mine have been productive all winter too. I expected the 5 new hens to do so but I wasn't expecting the 2yo to lay. I expected them to moult but they still haven't moulted. Therresult is way too many eggs. Dogs have been getting omelettes and hard boiled eggs quite often.We will start hatching for Iowa orders in a couple of weeks. In the meantime, our hens have been laying well all winter probably due to mild temps. Hope they continue for hatching time