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On 2/11/2022 at 12:59 PM, StephanieL said:

Meanwhile, it's going to be in the high 70s here through Monday, when it goes back down to "only" 60.  Still no $%$#% rain.

And more ups and downs.  Just when the tomato and zucchini plants start blossoming, here comes another cold wave of nights just above or below freezing.  N is scrambling to cover the more vulnerable plants.

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I remember one of my first visits to NYC was an early February solo trip. I had a reservation at Alison on Dominick. Basically a blizzard was forecast for later that night. Great meal in the nearly em

You'll have to move out to the Bay Area then. I'm grateful to be here now.  It's supposed to be a high of 66 today.

Or you could get yourself invited to Stef and N's, dine on produce plucked hours before from their garden, Flannery beef if you insist, grilled outdoors in February and forget about that top button.

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13 hours ago, Wilfrid said:

70s on Sunday, Monday, in New York, in March… Okay.

We go skating every Sunday - kid takes lessons and my skates live in our trunk. And while it will be cool to skate without a coat, I have a feeling the ice will be crap.

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Ouch, 9 degrees. I am at home with heating but I have a leaky window behind my reading chair 🥶

I caught a quick blast of sleet on my way to the library this afternoon, then saw the first snowflakes of the season on the way back. Others are doing worse of course.

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This is why we humans have the Ardbeg.

Coldest night in three years in NYC, it says. Most of my apartment is warm but I am sitting in my reading chair with a sweater and a scarf because I will not break my habits just because it’s cold. 

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