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  1. When I get bored I cook/bake. This is the first time I e ever made a pie completely from scratch. Made an apple crumb pie yesterday afternoon Taste amazing.
    5 points
  2. These are stories I love. I was born 86 so had no clue about feb 89....I tried googling it but only the December SE snowstorm shows up. I have an early memory probably in the early 90s of a storm where we got some snow but was forecasted for so much more. I remember my dad telling me it missed us but not sure the exact year. Wish I knew what event it was.
    2 points
  3. FWIW February (Jan also to a lesser extent) has gotten colder in CFS.
    2 points
  4. I remember the 2/24/89 non-event. Pre-internet waiting for Elliot Abrams to come on KYW with updates at the top of the hour waiting for the snow to start only to hear him throw in the towel while Hammonton south and east got crushed. Weenie heartbroken
    2 points
  5. Jan 25 2000 was a classic - the radar watchers weren't hallucinating
    2 points
  6. Looking south from one of the higher spots (~600’) in Boyertown this afternoon.
    1 point
  7. First frost advisory of the season tonight.
    1 point
  8. yea did half lard and butter for the crust
    1 point
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  10. Thanks for the summary, this was great. I remember the 1/25 surprise as I was in 6th grade that year. I remember watching the weather channel with the anchor saying the latest models were going west.
    1 point
  11. I remember doing a snow chase on that one out of frustration. Took my 4WD Dodge Powerwagon to AC and had difficulty navigating the main streets - i.e. Pacific Ave.
    1 point
  12. 1988-89 - as with many winter months during the 80's there was significant cold air available, for this season at times thru mid MAR, however just couldn't connect that winter. In particular during an 11 day stretch from late FEB - early MAR we missed on 2 opportunities that could have changed the complexion of that season. 2/24/89 was forecast to be an 4-8" event to day prior but we ended up with 4-8 flakes & sun filtering thru clouds while the immediate SNJ coast was getting crushed with quite possibly true blizzard conditions, 18" in Somers Point to 24" near Cape May. On 3/6/89 with the
    1 point
  13. Played Jack Frost Nat'l for the 1st time today, couldn't have picked a better golf day, course was in fantastic shape, definitely play there again
    1 point
  14. Had Dogfish Head Punkin Ale the other night and loved it. Really good stuff.
    1 point
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