Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/02/29

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Subject: Re: [Leica] NC weather
From: Kelly Adams <>
Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 09:42:58 -0500

Well Robert, it should be in the low 70's here in Little Washington 
tomorrow, should have waited a couple of weeks to work on the cottage.
Kelly Adams
On Sunday, February 29, 2004, at 08:19  AM, Robert Clark wrote:

> Ric:
> So....a real North Carolina know about "Little 
> Washington!"  Only those with deep roots in the area know that!  I'm 
> from Williamston (ever hear of the Sunnyside Oyster Bar), used to live 
> in Greenville, attended NC State, but am now in Lancaster, PA.  I have 
> an M6TTL with all the usual suspect the way...Little 
> Washington...was there a few weeks ago at my family's cottage on the 
> Pamlico.  We're raising it 8 feet and doing some nice renovations.  
> How about you?
> Robert Clark
> Lancaster, PA
> Ric Carter wrote:
>> Say what they will about Tarheel preparedness for winter weather; a 
>> prepared highway department yesterday would have had me at the office 
>> eating a hurried deli sandwich  for lunch between harried phone >> calls.
>> As it was, I enjoyed my wife and kids who were home from school (all 
>> lovely girls),  a beer for breakfast, three bowls of snow cream (a 
>> rarity that reminds me of my granddad's much-missed homemade ice 
>> cream), and two naps.
>> That's much more fun than being able to brag about not letting the 
>> weather affect my life.
>> I must admit that that attitude has improved since leaving daily 
>> newspaper work which required that I fight the elements and actually 
>> work harder at such times.
>> Took the M6 and one daughter out this morning to shoot a couple of 
>> rolls as the roads cleared.
>> Ric Carter
>> at home in Little Washington and Garner
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