Discussion in 'Social Place' started by Toroid, Jul 20, 2016.
I thought maybe it was an exotic mixed drink.
Well you could get a recipe for stewed banana cocktails .
Banana-lovers take heed. This blended cocktail uses the bananarific combo of banana liqueur and actual fresh, whole bananas. With the dark molasses funk of dark rum and the earthy coffee sweetness of Kahlúa liqueur, this decadent cocktail is like a banana split for grown-ups.
Sounds good! Also sounds like it has a lot of calories.
Everything is frozen outside after 2 days of rain then a day of snow and ice...
Im lost in a snowblizzard but following GPS home
be careful and go home safe.
32F with moderate snow. Worst of the storm is predicted to hit this afternoon with 3+ inch an hour intensity. Going to get what I need to get done right now before the worst of it.
Queensland to cop a lashing as cyclone closes in.
Looming tropical cyclone to bring wild weather to south-east Queensland
Got 32 inches so far from this storm. We got another 9 inches coming today. What a storm.
Time to dig the car out. I need a coffee.
State of emergency declared in my area. You don't see that very often in Vermont.
Stay indoors and safe, its going to be bitter cold tonight...
Not for me. Low of only 31. It's to busy hammering snow for me still.
38 inches and counting... It's over my head in my backyard now. Had to shovel a little path in my backyard for my pup. Must have 6 or 7 feet combined with all 3 storms.
I'm looking at another possible Nor'easter for the 20th to the 22nd too. This seriously needs to end or I'll still have snow in June.
Mother nature is off her meds I think.
Must be getting close to a record total of snow there.
Ended up with 40 inches. Finally stopped snowing and 31F.
I am coming close to a record. Still need a couple more inches to brake that one.
29F and cloudy.
Avalanche warning in Vermont after 5 of our national guards were seriousy injured due to an avalanche while
mountain training on Smuggs.
Blizzards cover crocuses in white as 'dangerously cold' winds leave 140 Heathrow flights cancelled and batter Britain with up to 12 INCHES of snow
The Beast from the East is back with a vengeance this weekend as large parts of Britain are battered by 'dangerously cold' winds and up to 12 inches of snow.
A 'risk to life' weather warning has been issued for the south west of England, where thick snow and winds of up to 50mph risk taking down trees and power cables.
There is still heavy snow on the ground in Scotland, with 12.7 inches covering some areas, along with a thick blanket across the north, north east and the midlands.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for most of England, Wales, south west Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland where snow and icy road conditions are bringing traffic to a standstill and forcing some drivers to abandon their vehicles. Londoners will see an inch of snow today.
Remote parts of Devon and Cornwall face blackouts later today as snow, ice and gale force winds threaten to cut off isolated communities.
Thousands of passengers at London Heathrow faced disruption this morning after 146 flights were cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.
The rail network is also in chaos with engineers working desperately to clear snow drifts from several lines.
That must be a real bummer for them...
We are getting more snow Tuesday evening, just when I thought winter was about over...
Have fun with that! This one is going to miss me and I think it's call for a celebration.
28F and sunshine for me right now. Snow is melting fast with this strong march sun.
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