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    Thanks To All Of The Members

    A big thanks to all of you who have made this a great year and helped so much with the site. Some of us have some medical problems that we have to deal with in the new year but I am looking forward to more of the builds and members finishing their Cobras and getting to start driving them and having fun. And hopefully I can get in more driving time than I did this year as the record Summer heat kind of slowed down a lot around here and there were the fires to contend with also. And by July most of the East should be dug out of their snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron77 View Post
    And by July most of the East should be dug out of their snow.

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    Yep, that damn global warming is really kicking the east's ass.

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    It's even getting frigid cold here in Arkansas. Not happy about this at all. But at least no snow.
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    Dan,

    I talked to my cousin there a day ago and he said he had been having to cut holes in the ice on their ponds so the cattle could drink. I remember having to do that when I was a kid and lived on our farm back there.

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    Does not sound like fun to me Ron.

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    Silver, it wasn't. It was below zero and the holes in the ice would freeze over in a few minutes and we had a lot of cattle to keep fed and watered. I drove one of the tractors across the ponds several times.

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