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[at-l] Weather on the trail



Chase, et al

Had my power not been out, I would have told you about the 10-12 inched in
my yard.  However, now that I have power back, well we have only traces of
snow now, here in Dublin.

There were 45,000 w/o power here in the New River Valley, according to an
AEP quote in the paper.  A wood pile, a fireplace and a backpacking stove
got us through nicely.

However, just got back to 161 messages, in a bit over 48 hours.

Chainsaw


----- Original Message -----
From: "Chase Davidson" <wb4pan@mindspring.com>
To: "Jim Bullard" <bullard@northnet.org>
Cc: <at-l@mailman.backcountry.net>
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2003 11:06 AM
Subject: Re: [at-l] Weather on the trail


YO,

I have an inch of snow and 33.8* in Axton 75 miles south of Roanoke,
VA. http://wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=3DKVAAXTON2

chase

Jim Bullard wrote:
> Well, here in Northern New York, after several days of pretending to be
> spring and meltin' all of our snow the temperatures have dropped over 30=
=BA
> and the weather people say we'll be getting it back. 6' to 1' they say.
> Today's the day Pittsburgh's second Slow Hike sets out from Springer
> (without me, darn it). I sure hope they have better weather in GA.
>
> Saunterer
>
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