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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Two of my fav members, with a picture of a canuck.....this is too good!

    Sorry K, bout the rain! You got some good books, and some nice "warming" liquid (whatever makes you warm)

    Sorry to you G, for the apparently hot and dry! Cool drinks can make it all taste so goooood!

    Knowing you both, they should find a way to blend your two climates into one.....it might make both of you happy!!

    With a Canadian haircut to boot. I can't tell if that's his actual hair or a dead moose.

    Kidding bro.. get me some Hortons!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncosDivision View Post
    With a Canadian haircut to boot. I can't tell if that's his actual hair or a dead moose.

    Kidding bro.. get me some Hortons!
    Do you not have a Tim's in Denmark??? If not, get in on it!!!





    Go ahead spoil yourself to a hot coffee and donut on a not so pleasant day!

    In fact, try an apple fritter with your cup of java. I LOVE APPLE FRITTERS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Do you not have a Tim's in Denmark??? If not, get in on it!!!





    Go ahead spoil yourself to a hot coffee and donut on a not so pleasant day!

    In fact, try an apple fritter with your cup of java. I LOVE APPLE FRITTERS!!!

    Wait, are you really going to turn this into ANOTHER food thread????

    You're just as bad at social media etiquette as myself!


    (I'll have two of those please!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncosDivision View Post
    Wait, are you really going to turn this into ANOTHER food thread????

    You're just as bad at social media etiquette as myself!


    (I'll have two of those please!)
    Sorry K.....having trouble reading the post.....still drooling over the fritter. Such a great complement to my cup of java!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sophia23 View Post
    Shut down air, that's nuts ... I don't know how bad it is back east, probably pretty humid where your at ... but I imagine very hard to go without air this time of year.

    Have a parent in CO that I cover their electric bill - and have to admit I love summer, because she doesn't ever use the air at all... always says she don't need it - so that bill is nothing in the summer. When I visit though that air is on.


    Another energy saving day. It got up to 100 yesterday. High 80s-90s this next week.

    That's very nice of you to do that for your mother.

    My mother-in-law lived in MA. Fans, but no air conditioning. It would get uncomfortable. She broke down and got a window unit. I think she only used it when we came up to visit. Otherwise, she preferred open windows and "fresh" air.
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    Not a great pic, but this is one of a "Roll Cloud" as it went south of our city a few weeks ago. I was under it at one point, and it is just plain weird. There was actually a 2nd one started up, almost parallel to this one. There was a storm to the NE part of our city, but this thing just slid south, seemingly representative of nothing. But it was unusual!

    Ever seen one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post


    Not a great pic, but this is one of a "Roll Cloud" as it went south of our city a few weeks ago. I was under it at one point, and it is just plain weird. There was actually a 2nd one started up, almost parallel to this one. There was a storm to the NE part of our city, but this thing just slid south, seemingly representative of nothing. But it was unusual!

    Ever seen one?
    WOW!!! Never seen that before. It looks like a tornado that lost its way. Wow, that's a cool pic, Can!

    Be safe out there, bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumiere View Post
    WOW!!! Never seen that before. It looks like a tornado that lost its way. Wow, that's a cool pic, Can!

    Be safe out there, bud.
    I've seen this type of cloud before, and it was even weirder. It was also when a storm was brewing, but not in the specific area of the cloud itelf. But here's another view of what a Roll Cloud looks like, and it appears to be on a reasonably calm day over a body of water:



    Interesting.....long and usually round....and with a narrower end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    I've seen this type of cloud before, and it was even weirder. It was also when a storm was brewing, but not in the specific area of the cloud itelf. But here's another view of what a Roll Cloud looks like, and it appears to be on a reasonably calm day over a body of water:



    Interesting.....long and usually round....and with a narrower end.
    That is so cool. I've never seen nor heard about this before so I had to look it up. Lots of information out there. Here's a wiki page for it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arcus_cloud

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peanut View Post
    That is so cool. I've never seen nor heard about this before so I had to look it up. Lots of information out there. Here's a wiki page for it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arcus_cloud

    Thanks for sharing!
    Good stuff!

    These clouds are so weird, including the shelf clouds mentioned in the wiki article. As I mentioned, I saw a stranger roll cloud a few years back. Should have got the camera out!

    In fact, recently as many as 12 new clouds have become officially recognized. Here are some very interesting shapes:






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    Nature is so awesome! Incredible pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumiere View Post
    Nature is so awesome! Incredible pics!
    Nature RULES!!!!









    But Gman.....never forget about this sweet cloud.....







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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Nature RULES!!!!









    But Gman.....never forget about this sweet cloud.....








    Nature's sweetest miracle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumiere View Post


    Nature's sweetest miracle!
    Oh wait....one more incredible Broncos cloud:














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