if you're into that sort of scene
where the heck are you??? looks pretty darn cold......like your title......Gypsy Cowgirl
We've been in the deep freeze for awhile. It's the coolest. I wish everyone
could experience the natural trippiness of extreme cold. I wait for it every
winter. Now if the lake would just freeze, I'll post a picture from out in the middle.
Gypsy long time no hear, nice to see your name there . i'm in vermont f.i.
Exactly how cold is it in that picture?
I took it the warmest part of the day,and it was one or two degrees either side of zero.
The icicles get all sorts of crazy patterns on them in extreme cold. it's dense
Wow, I lived at Lake Tahoe for 8 years at 6,000 ft. and never saw a window like that or even near. It is really dry at 6,000 ft. Is it the very, very cold or the elevation or humidity which creates that? Whatever, it is surely beautiful.
It is the severe cold. If it's cold enough, the whole window will block up.
Well, it used to, y'know, the old globular heating. Lake hasn't froze in
four years, depriving me of my second most fun activity, walking halfway to NewYork.
When you're a mile out and that ice starts groaning and cracking, well,
HOLD ON!! :) long as you got enough clothes, the cold ain't no thing
when it is that cold everything is really..........DENSE
not so much intense as......... DENSE...... free idea
That's the ZONE, when things get trippy. It is hard to get too much below
25 below around here, but it is really fun when your face freezes right off your head!!
People last week were taking their kids out to blow bubbles, and watch them
shatter when they popped!
Still, the lake no freezey.. But I can dream...
When it hits zero, and keeps on falling, the Grateful Dead music is replaced by the music
of the Russian composers from the 1800s. When the sugar plum fairies are dancing, and
Jack frost is parading his candycan swizzle stick up and down your block, these are the
true muical masters of the deep freeze:
Next time the deep freeze comes to your town, check out these 'Boyz'.
You can thank me later. f.i.
My third winter here, first snow that I've seen....
But I recall a -30F morning in Maine in the late-70's. I was working 3rd shift, came out of work and my car wouldn't start. A lovely way to kick off the morning, I was just a little pissed. I got out of the car and slammed my door in frustration....and the side window crumbled. disintigrated before my very eyes! Needless to say, by the time I finally got the car started, I had a VERY cold ride home.