A quote for Saturday



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I think this is the part where you are to write something clever and witty about yourself. I’m solidly locked in middle age and content with myself. I love to travel to see and experience new things, new foods and new drink. I also like to cook and bake mainly because I like to eat. And I found out that I’m pretty good at both. I'm not a professional blogger nor do I want to be. I'll leave that to others while I'll kick back and post whatever suddenly pops into my brain. I'm more spontaneous anyway. And the rest we’ll just kinda sorta figure out as we go along. Feel free to leave comments or even just to say "Hello". Find me at: https://mnghostt.wordpress.com.

21 thoughts on “A quote for Saturday”

      1. I vividly remember those bitter winters and blizzards in the Black Hills of South Dakota. but we also got “Banana Belt” weather as well. there were a lot of days I’d go to work in February in a short sleeve shirt but the parka was never very far away. we’d see those blue/black clouds headed towards us from Montana and we knew it was gonna blow up a bad snow.

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      2. but it was low humidity and it was deceptive because it was low humidity. you didn’t feel the cold or the heat as much and it was easy to get frostbit or have some heat exhaustion.

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    1. the freezing, the shivering, how your face hurts when the wind blows, how the cold makes your nose run … then freeze. ugh!

      but then again …

      we would be outside in it for as long as possible when I was a kid. we’d be sledding, walking thru the snow, playing in the snow drifts and then come in barking like seals with wind burned red faces.

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