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Snow For New Mexico

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 25-10-2019

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It has already snowed in Northern New Mexico’s higher elevations and tonight the weatherman states that this weekend snow could come on down to us folks in the 5000 foot rangeland of the state….That’s pretty early for this old soul. I like it warm. It was freezing here this morning. If I heard the weatherman correctly this was a record for an early freeze, but I was doing other things and just caught the tail end of the report so be careful in telling folks, “Pete Hester says”……But back to the snow, that’s keep me in where its warm. We have milk, eggs, bacon and bread and a pantry full of veggies, meat in the freezer, so as long as it is not to deep or long lasting I’ll be ok snuggled inside my place. I hope…..

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The frost is knocking on the pumpkin in Arkansas now. Football weather indeed. I guess I’ve gotten too used to my Mercedes. I don’t look forward to it like I once did. When one don’t have to, it is kind of hard to force one out into the weather. I suppose there is a little difference in the ages of 25 and 79 too. I used to feed Dad” pigs on a cold, frosty morning, because I wanted to, but because I had to. Now it is different. There are no pigs to feed, even the razorback kind. Thank goodness for small favors.

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