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Yea! Plum! Your welcome Rob. If you want to go visit there, your on your own!WELL, I set myself up for that one, huh. Thanks Gene
Give you a home ????? No problem You can have this one LOL
That is just plain unbelievable!!! Wow!! Thanks warbler.
PG, I think a lot of clods need to be put into clod storage.
Perfect Pat!! You got it right!This is Oymyakon in Siberia, Pat. Minus 71 degrees for a low and in the mid 30's in the summer, which is short. I have trouble making out exactly whats happening there, too. I see the wind is blowing horizontal, though. Thanks.It would be cool to see this building without the garnishings. I Googled Oymyakon Photos to see, where I got these. There were lots of photos but none of this in the "summer". BTW if you get a chance, take a relook at Oddio's log cabin with the wood chimney again.(comments). Thanks Chickie.
I would say Ice house....
Well, I just meant that I've never seen snow accumulation on a building that looks like this. Very strange. Perhaps this is just after a blizzard?
Wow again! You could have shoveled it off so I can see it! LOL Have you taken a pic of this one minus the snow?
I bet your right Pg.I'm pretty sure is a live building Patsquire. Check this out: www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-TmlcPF2Eg
Either this place is PERFECTLY insulated, or totally unheated, an abandoned building.
I guess this is the true meaning of clod storage Warbler. Very cool and I bet you did not even get cold.