Somehow, Davydd, I think the NFL might have a problem with those…[;)]
I wonder what kind of shoes Ryan Grant was wearing as he didn’t appear to have any traction problems.
I’m happy for the Pack as few fans ever envisioned the season they’ve had. I hope to see the Giants at Lambeau but many Packers look for redemption in Dallas. It’s been one heck of a year for the Green and Gold.
But what a game it was my friends..Go Packers!
It is so foggy here,(Myrtle Beach) that I can barely see the ocean from my view here at work….
Same thing last night…..
I loved playing FB in the snow like that and also he rainy/muddy games too.
Watching the Green Bay- Seattle Football game is like monitoring the progress of a snowstorm tonight. I had forgotten how much fun it is to sit inside and watch these guys (and the fans) in an open stadium in the snow ![:o)][8D]
Tornadoes ripped through our area on Thursday. View the slideshow from The Clarion-Ledger with the links below. Check out the school bus that landed on top of the school. And there were no serious injuries to any student.
The big Wisconsin tornado, though not the first in January, was the earliest in January. It traveled on the ground for 10.8 miles, 200 yards wide.
There were actually 2 separate accidents on opposite sides of I-90 and separated by a couple of miles. We travelled both stretches a couple of hours prior to that and yes, the fog was bad (although not as bad as when the accidents happened) and people (from multiple states, not just WI) were driving like idiots.
We actually had some fool pass us on a 2-lane county road because I was apparently driving too slow for him. Just as he pulled even with us, oncoming headlights came out of the fog and I had to brake and bail out onto the shoulder to let Mr. Idiot get safely back into our lane.[:(!][:(!][:(!]
Monday and Tuesday were record highs for the DC area. Today is supposed to be 20* cooler. Watching the weather on local TV a big storm is going across Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and heading our way.
The first one in Wisconsin: January 1844 and the second was January 1967. We thought it was all over an hour ago and went to the food store. While inside, a second warning was announced and all the customers were shuttled into store’s meat freezers. We decided to drive home(5 minutes). Streets were flooded, with accidents and water blocking the main streets. We’re safely back home.
Glad to hear you guys are ok. My dad lives in Kenosha and was at Walmart, and they shuttled everyone into the women’s dept & my dad decided to go home as well. (10 minute drive, he lives by St Mark’s on Sheridan) My grandparents live on 22nd ave & 18th st and were without power until this am, along with my great aunt who lives just north of Carthage (by Somers Travel). My aunt wasn’t answering her phone, so my dad drove over there, her phone was dead. Everything is back up & running today but man, what a scare!
I live close to the Mississippi River and we get fog pretty regularly and it never ceases to amaze me that these people will NOT have their headlights on, travel at excessive speeds and tailgate you to no end.
An another weather note – it was 74 degrees yesterday here and the cold front came through about 4 pm today. We had a lot of wind and not much rain but lightning stuck one of our oak trees – a really big one – my heart is sad to lose it.
I was in Milwaukee on Sunday and couldn’t believe how dense the fog was. When I was driving on the highway (I think it was I-94), the fog was so thick that I saw a sign for Miller Park, but couldn’t see the stadium itself. And that stadium is huge and sits reasonably close to the interstate.
I heard on the radio that the airport was crazy and when I got there, 3/4 of the flights on the board had been cancelled. What a mess!
Twas 67 here today, by tomorrow this time it is supposed to be mid 30’s, tomorrow could prove to be an interesting weather day.
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