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Undulating temps promote inspections

“Life is like a snowflake—transient, translucent, adventurous, ephemeral, and beautiful.” ― Debasish Mridha

This winter widely vacillating high and low temperatures are not only wreaking havoc with our thermometers but are also causing red alerts to be issued for municipal crews who need to moderate and inspect potential trouble spots below ground. This team is inspecting recently updated pipes for any signs of stress from the frigidly cold weather. The unusual weather system has taken everyone by storm including the all-knowing weatherman. – gc

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“Democracy is not simply a license to indulge individual whims and proclivities. It is also holding oneself accountable to some reasonable degree for the conditions of peace and chaos that impact the lives of those who inhabit one’s beloved extended community.” ― Aberjhani

2 Comments on Undulating temps promote inspections

  1. The site is looking good. Looking forward to more photographs and especially of the snow.🌨❄️☃️

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    • Glad you like the new site Susan. It is a slow work in progress. The weather forecaster got it wrong. The temps here are well below zero and the snow so far has been absent. Will offer those snow pics as soon as they happen. 🙂

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