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pumpkinhead

Still none., Penny : -(

LOVE Nova Scotia and the Bay of Fundy @ thurman !!!

thurman

We did get the hurricane. It was Fiona. It took most of the shingles off the north side of my roof, so I had that replaced. (It needed it anyway) It left both of my front storm windows hanging on by a thread, but that is fixed now as well. No one was killed, but there are some very scary pictures of what it was like during the hurricane. We are used to N'orEasters in the winter with copious amounts of snow and wind, but not so many hurricanes. We are also used to power outages but our Provincial Power Company is really amazing at getting it back on. The hurrican was a challenge for them. We were out for a couple of days, but some people were out for a couple of weeks until they could put the poles back up. I have only seen the "northern lights" once in the 17 years I have lived here. It is a rare event. We are not quite "north" enough. It is a very nice community. Only about 500 people. We have a Co-op grocery store, a bank, a drug store and a hardware store and of course a "Tim's". So everything we NEED. However it is nice to get out and go to a larger town like Amherst where they have real grocery stores and a WALMART. We love Walmart. Things are so much cheaper there. However, it is about 40 miles away, so we go whenever there is an appointment at the Hosptial or Doctor's. You can look us up on the map. We live in Parrsboro, Nove Scotia. We are having ice pellets now, but that is supposed to stop around midnight. Always interesting weather on the Bay of Fundy !!!!

mauismom

@thurman Wow! did you get that hurricane a while back that went up the coast? can you see Northern Lights from where you are? when i was a child, we could watch the lights at night from our camp. our vacations were spent fishing in Quebec Province. i love Canada, but never had the opportunity to explore it. now, my health holds me back.

KittyCounselor

Don't get me started on integrity in America at this point.

thurman

They will need a pretty big mattress to put it in !!! Can you imagine how many banks will be after them to "plan" their "investements". Greedy bunch they are !!! My husband passed away in 2017 and I am still fighting one bank to get them to release our Retirement CD. He was American and we put the money in when I was working in Boston. Since I am "Canadian" they don't think they have to give it to me !!!!

KittyCounselor

You're right. First they have to choose whether they want it all at once or over many years, then the gov't will take about half of it for tax.

thurman

Even though it looks "close" it would take about 10 hours to drive there from here. There is only ONE road out of Nova Scotia, then you have to go through New Brunswick to get to Maine. I don't know if I would want to win that. It may be more of a headache than it is worth. Of course, in the U.S. you have to pay tax on lottery winnings. You don't have to do that in Canada. So, I bet the State and the Federal Government are licking their lips !!!!

KittyCounselor

The winner bought the winning ticket for $1.35B at a gas station in Lebanon, Maine.

thurman

Lottery? Who won and where was it ? We aren't near much of the U.S. other than Maine.

KittyCounselor

I just looked at the map to see exactly where you are, @thurman. Looks like you're close enough to go down the road and meet that nice person who just won over a Billion $$$ in the lottery last night. I can't even imagine!!

thurman

I am on the Bay of Fundy in Parrsboro Nova Scotia. :)

mauismom

@thurman i've forgotten where you live.

thurman

At 8 am yesterday we had a foot on the ground. By midnight, it was all gone but the piles left by the snow plow !!! Today we are under a freezing rain warning and that is to continue right through Sunday until it rains on Monday. However, when I looked up the "normals", it wasn't that far off. It was really the frigid snap we had over the last two weeks that was out of the normal. We get most of our cold and snow in February and some in March.

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