yea this winter has been to cold that caused propane to go up
I must admit here in the Mid Atlantic we’ve seen some cold here also. Brrrrrrrrrr.
Heating oil is nuts… up to $3.70 per gallon here. Paid just over $3.00 last year.
We have seen a few cold nights here in Steamboat, with it getting to -20 or colder, but less than average, it has been a warmer winter here in the Colorado Rockies, but it sure has been snowy, with nearly 220 inches so far this season, with another 16 to as much as 30 inches of snow coming by Monday evening for some of us, with more storms plowing in by the middle of next week, I think this could easily end up being a 300+ inch year for us…possibly even 400 inches by the time all is said and done.
down here in central Pa. I got fuel just last week paid 3.89/gal. hope I dont need anymore this winter. Love the snow hate the bitter cold.
What on earth do you do with 200+ inches? I haven’t hit 100 yet and I’m running out of space to shovel snow… my snowbanks are taller than me. I climbed up on them today to knock them down a bit but they are like glaciers, lol. Can hardly see coming out of the driveway.
Wow. Sounds stunning. Literally. I’ve heard that deep cold helps with controlling certain pests/microbes for the growing season to come. If it’s true, that’s at least something on the positive side…
I live in the most blessed area of the united states this winter. South East New Mexico.
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