yep thats dang cold, hope you ok
AndrewAfter 15 years on the Prairies we know how to handle the cold now. Actually, this will come back to haunt me in March but I prefer Prairie winters to winters I've spent on the East coast, Vancouver or the UK. Yes, it's a dry cold and you can actually enjoy winter when it's not so cold.CheersPD
Hi Peter,Happy new year to you! All I can say is: Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr!All the best and try and keep warm!DC
Very good idea! (Seattle is about 34°C above that...)
Yikes, that looks cold... the Uk would grind to a complete halt.
Hang on to that cold air! If you let go it might wander east. A couple of weeks of damp minus double digits had been enough for me. Bring on the rain! (I think I'm acclimatizing)
RossDid you survive the dump of snow ok? Katie got rejected from Winterpeg and then flew into Halifax via TO arriving at 1am the next day.CheersPD
Yikes that is cold.
Pleeeeease, make the new semester stay away for another week or so! I'm nowhere near ready to go back and am delaying syllabus revisions as long as humanly possible. Stay warm!Best Regards,Stokes
StokesWinter semester is coming! There is no escape.CheersPF
That does look a tad chilly. Some vigorous wargaming should keep you warm.....
Dear God, that's as cold as anything I experienced in Medicine Hat. The coldest it's gotten in SW Ontario these last few weeks is -15 but as the missus remarked yesterday, the cold here is nasty, wet, bone-seeping cold that makes us wish we were back on the prairies.Stay warm and good luck with your course prep. My semester starts today, but as a lowly grad student all I have to do is go to class, look attentive, and say the odd interesting thing.Cheers,Michael
Yikes - keep your paints in a warm water bath....!