Ice storm

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  1. Kyle

    Kyle Stunt Coordinator

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    Nice Photos.

    Here in North Texas, we would have to get 18 inches of rain between now and the end of the year just to get 2005 out of the top five driest years in 50 years.

    Not gonna happen.

    I wouldn't want an ice storm here (we get them, and when we do, they're really bad), but even a little ice would help.
     
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    Paul D G Screenwriter

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    Last time I lived in the midwest I was working nights and would walk home in the mornings. I loved it when there was an ice storm. Everything would be undisturbed as I walked home and the trees all looked like glass.

    -paul
     
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    When I lived in Portland, my apartment was at the top of a hill (work was at the bottom). One morning after an ice storm, I totally missed how "pretty" it was because the sidewalk had become a bobsled run. I tried grabbing onto the side of a building to stop, but it was just as slick as the sidewalk.

    Truly, I was happy that there were structures between me at the water. [​IMG]
     

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