Discussion in 'Main Message Board' started by dedogs, Nov 30, 2018.
Looks like Hamilton just beat that!!
I see headlights. What block heaters do you all run?
Looks like good swimming weather
It's a balmy 34 in Libby this morning
29/30 here in north western pa.
We had heavy wet snow since monday, so visibility in the woods is way down . Gona be close shooting today if a legal buck walks in
Obviously, you haven’t experienced my wife’s “cold stare”. It gets colder than that!
Don't for get the gun show is in Hamilton to day
Was there yesterday. Good number of vendors but most have still not figured out their prices are too high. Good selection of odd-ball ammo and dies. dedogs
Try a battery heater, or take your battery inside at night and your car will never know it's cold. It'll start like summertime....
I did some work at a copper smelter in Ontario years back. One of the parking lots had a line of plug ins to connect up when you left your vehicle. Crazy stuff Al. Too far north. Luckily, I was there during their 3 weeks of summer.
Missed it by 0.33 deg F, that will teach me to round up!
Take the battery inside is a hard learned lesson. Been hunting hunting Montana for the last 6 years. Third year a cold snap came in and I woke up to -11. Truck was dead as a hammer. Got a jump and the advice to take the battery inside. No problem starting after that but the Ranger didn’t want to run in the cold. Would barely run and stall out. Couldn’t get above 50 mph. It was a rough trip back to Florida. I think it was the mass airflow sensor but who knows. It ran fine in temps above 40* and I sold it the week I got back.
I was thinking Kelvin myself where all molecular motion ceases - iirc. Nerds can have fun too.
Yep the Coffee Cup is still there...had lunch there while elk hunting with an old friend back in September. The cinnamon rolls aren't $1 anymore, but are still huge and yummy!!
If you put your firearms outside.. Thats free cryo treating
they do that to keep the Kalifornians from moving to MT.
My wife's family is from Scoby, MT. 2 miles from the Canadian border, and about 45 minutes from NDak. It got down to -37 there last night, and made it all the way to -9 this afternoon.
It almost makes me wish I had gotten the job I interviewed for in Hamilton several years ago. Almost.
Don't forget the gun show this weekend
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