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On 12/2/2021 at 7:06 AM, PRINCETON ANGLER said:

Pretty, and I’ve got several neighbors with them. They sure like holding on to their leaves. Can’t put the final touches on Fall cleanup till they drop. Hopefully by the 15th. :popcorn:

Which kind of tree is this? My neighbor has one and it's just as awesome.

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Imo, winter "torches" are useless since it is still too cold and dark to enjoy outside activities, it's most likely muddy from rains and the heating bill will only save a few bucks per month (since overall it's still cold). If I was down south more, then it's a different story since torch would mean 60+ quite often.

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1 hour ago, frankdp23 said:

Imo, winter "torches" are useless since it is still too cold and dark to enjoy outside activities, it's most likely muddy from rains and the heating bill will only save a few bucks per month (since overall it's still cold). If I was down south more, then it's a different story since torch would mean 60+ quite often.

Not totally useless, my friend.

This weather is perfect for one thing though...fire pits in the afternoon/evening. Temps in the 40s with a roaring fire is just about perfect. Throw in a few beverages for added enjoyment. 🍺

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On 12/4/2021 at 8:47 PM, snowlurker said:

Which kind of tree is this? My neighbor has one and it's just as awesome.

Hard to tell from a distance but I’d guess red oak? Looks like thicker leaves, and oaks tend to hang on to their leaves longer than than other species. 

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58 minutes ago, ACwx said:

Break out the shorts :) if it's not going to snow it might as well be upper 60s

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Hopefully the rain will hold off.

I was thinking back in October when I put a down payment on a Polaris with a snow plow that I might have jinxed winter.....🤔

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1 minute ago, SalemCountyNJ said:

I see the State of Delaware is going Biblical this morning, salting everything that even resembles a road by the college, 95 and 896. I could tie a month's supply of meats to my bumper and have it preserved for life.

Brining started at the DE state line yesterday.

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8 hours ago, Parsley said:

:facepalm:

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New York City hired their own personal meteorologist after their Ida (Blame Brookhaven, blame Brookhaven, blame Brookhaven, blame Brookhaven) fiasco.  I guess they are getting their moneys worth.  I honestly thought this was An Onion post.

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