billhike posted:

-22 outside right now. I'm curious to experience what it feels like for a minute or two (wind chill is supposedly between -48 and -52) but the pooch is snuggled next to my sleeping wife. I won't expedite taking her out until she wants/needs to go. 

I've not had the pleasure to meet you, nor your wife, nor the dog...........But, am I correct in assuming that you were noting that you take the dog outside, as opposed to your wife? 

irwin posted:
billhike posted:

-22 outside right now. I'm curious to experience what it feels like for a minute or two (wind chill is supposedly between -48 and -52) but the pooch is snuggled next to my sleeping wife. I won't expedite taking her out until she wants/needs to go. 

I've not had the pleasure to meet you, nor your wife, nor the dog...........But, am I correct in assuming that you were noting that you take the dog outside, as opposed to your wife? 

steve8 posted:

About 6" of snow here last night.  The forecast is for temps to remain below freezing so I suppose I'll have to go out and shovel..

We've already had two snow storms here - about 12 inches total in my area.  And, as Bill  indicated above, it was 7 degrees this morning when I let the dogs out. 

thelostverse posted:
steve8 posted:

About 6" of snow here last night.  The forecast is for temps to remain below freezing so I suppose I'll have to go out and shovel..

We've already had two snow storms here - about 12 inches total in my area.  And, as Bill  indicated above, it was 7 degrees this morning when I let the dogs out. 

And you call us the great white north!

For those who've got the money, who are perhaps at retirement--get the hell out of there. I love Chicago--the best city in the US with the worst weather--but I'm never shoveling or pushing a car out of the snow ever again. My sister lives near Wrigley Field so I go to visit during "decent" months--May, June, September and October.

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