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post #1 of 3 Old 02-16-2017, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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Talking Watching the Storm, another one.

Sitting on the couch with the missus, eating toasted bagel, cup of coffee, and looking out at the blizzard, 2nd in a row. My back yard is beginning to look like Switzerland. 3 storms in just over a week, before that it was mostly bare grass!?!? When it lets up I'll go play with the Yamaha again Some glad I don't have to be anywhere, roads are dangerous, but people still seem to be in a hurry???
I think I'm going to give my vote for Doritos Zesty as my preferred choice of "Storm Chips"
Whats the favorite amongst all you other snow hounds?

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Seeing how the last of the snow has melted off here, there's little to do with it. But when there is, it's a hot cup of coffee, for snacks - either Cheetos or Doritos typically. Ripple Chips with onion dip is pretty good too.
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Darn, now that you brought it up, I could really go for some chips and hellofagood dip onion dip. Don't know if you can get that in the states, but it almost a staple up here.

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