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Old 03-16-2020, 01:09 PM   #1
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I paid a visit to my boat at MVYC over the weekend and am very happy to report that all the snow in the boat storage area is gone. There is open water in 98% of the yacht club (except my slip area of course ) so in a couple of weeks I'm going to unwrap "The Breeze." I am so ready for Spring
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Old 03-17-2020, 10:09 AM   #2
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I paid a visit to my boat at MVYC over the weekend and am very happy to report that all the snow in the boat storage area is gone. There is open water in 98% of the yacht club (except my slip area of course ) so in a couple of weeks I'm going to unwrap "The Breeze." I am so ready for Spring
Well this didn't age well. Mrs Breeze sent me a live shot of the snow falling and our deck dusted over
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Well this didn't age well. Mrs Breeze sent me a live shot of the snow falling and our deck dusted over
We used to call this weather "sugaring snow"
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You can never make any predictions about the snow in March (probably a statement made by Yogi Berra!).
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I paid a visit to my boat at MVYC over the weekend and am very happy to report that all the snow in the boat storage area is gone. There is open water in 98% of the yacht club (except my slip area of course ) so in a couple of weeks I'm going to unwrap "The Breeze." I am so ready for Spring
Why did you jinx us? I guess we are due for some snow tomorrow.

I think the maps are showing 4 inches plus near the lakes. It will disapear as quick as it comes ............ but would have liked to see more melting.

I never count out the snow till mid April (on my dads birthday)
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