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    Right now it's sunshine and 79 degrees. It's almost summer here.
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    Today is another lovely Spring day.

    Nice and warm to be outside.


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    Same old gray day!
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    It's a clear night at 69 degrees right now.
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    It's now been raining for 12 days straight and I'm thoroughly over it. Might as well move to bloody Portland or London or Copenhagen for all the wet...

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    Why go through the trouble of moving when you can enjoy the rain right where you are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    It's now been raining for 12 days straight and I'm thoroughly over it. Might as well move to bloody Portland or London or Copenhagen for all the wet...
    CT64

    Dear friend from down under. Please lose the "bloody" in front of Copenhagen.

    In English:

    Had you been so lucky to visit Copenhagen, Denmark for the past 6 days, you would have experienced our beautiful old traditional capitol, mostly built by our former great King Christian IV (born in 1577 departured 1648, while also being the King of Norway from 1588 to his death), all sunny from the early morning to sunset in the evening, and even the temperature has climbed above the record i the holy year of 2008 to above 16 degrees celcius equals 60 degrees fahrenheit.

    Not uncommon 400 years ago for a European Royal Prince to become King at the age of 11.

    Please translate the above texture to Danish
    Last edited by intet_at_tabe; Apr-24-2008 at 12:59.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    It's now been raining for 12 days straight and I'm thoroughly over it. Might as well move to bloody Portland or London or Copenhagen for all the wet...
    I can simpathize with you. Kentucky had the same weather a few weeks
    ago with all of the flooding. Now we could use some rain and we're not
    getting any. Even though it's cloudy right now at 69 degrees.
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    Well, been enjoying crocus blooms, and now daffodils. Such a beautiful flower; little yellow trumpets announcing springtime.

    So yeah, very nice weather lately.
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    Hi Rojo

    After all the snow you had, I think you deserve some Spring with beautiful flowers.

    Here today it was quite dull, not as warm as the last two days.


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    Another day of clear blue skies, and 85° (29.4°C) for a high.
    The yellow wildflowers are blooming like crazy and the bougainvilleas are green and spurting more new growth. This is great patio weather ... and BBQ dinners.
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    I know all about the little yellow wildflowers in Arizona. I used to
    visit Pheonix a lot when I was in my late teens. They are a type
    of little daisy or something like that. They're cute as a button.
    Here it is a nice 80 degrees with rain on the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by intet-at-tabe View Post

    Dear friend from down under. Please lose the "bloody" in front of Copenhagen.


    Quote Originally Posted by marval View Post
    Hi Rojo

    After all the snow you had, I think you deserve some Spring with beautiful flowers.
    Aw, thank you Margaret. I actually saw hyacinths today! Pink ones, white ones... Couldn't go smell them though; they were in someone else's garden...

    And Kh, stop bragging about your fantastic weather; others in this thread might get jealous. j/k
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    Quote Originally Posted by rojo View Post


    Aw, thank you Margaret. I actually saw hyacinths today! Pink ones, white ones... Couldn't go smell them though; they were in someone else's garden...

    And Kh, stop bragging about your fantastic weather; others in this thread might get jealous. j/k
    Dear rojo

    At least you know the flowers will appear with you soon, after an extreemely long winter where you live, having shoveled snow 6 feet high to keep the path clean every day, perhaps sometimes tvice a day. But since your neighbour already has been blessed, please feel happy for the time being for your neighbour.

    Or you could go to the neighbour and bless him/her saying, what a beautiful garden you have. You might even get The Full Monty about what flowers, bushes and trees they have, which could develope into a beautiful friendship. So over a cup of tea at your neighbour´s, they would proudly say: Please feel free to enjoy our garden anytime you wish for it, like had it been your own whenever you need to flatten out face down and smell the flowers.

    Now for the "bragging" Master Krummhorn and the hot weather in Arizona. Look to his post to me from January 29, which I have copied here for you below, while the resovoirs of the heavens had opened it´s gates above Denmark and we had rain, rain and then some more rain, my dear Danish friend Master Krummhorn said:

    "I can send you some, Intet-at-tabe ... we have more than we need here ...
    In fact I'm sick of seeing sunshine every day - every day - every day - sooooo boring ."

    You will notice the emoticons for laughling and sarcastic. But then, who of us wouldn´t wish for our gentle and always polite Master Krummhorn, with a huge sense of humor , to always be blessed with sunshine from above, even if it to him feels sooooo boring?
    Last edited by intet_at_tabe; Apr-26-2008 at 06:19.
    Best regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by rojo View Post
    . . . And Kh, stop bragging about your fantastic weather; others in this thread might get jealous. j/k
    I know ...

    Quote Originally Posted by intet-at-tabe View Post
    . . .
    Now for the "bragging" Master Krummhorn and the hot weather in Arizona. Look to his post to me from January 29, which I have copied here for you below, while the reservoirs of the heavens had opened it´s gates above Denmark and we had rain, rain and then some more rain, my dear Danish friend Master Krummhorn said:

    "I can send you some, Intet-at-tabe ... we have more than we need here ... In fact I'm sick of seeing sunshine every day - every day - every day - sooooo boring ."

    You will notice the emoticons for laughing and sarcastic. But then, who of us wouldn't wish for our gentle and always polite Master Krummhorn, with a huge sense of humor , to always be blessed with sunshine from above, even if it to him feels sooooo boring?

    Intet ... thank you for the kind words, oh fellow Dane
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