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02-01-2007 10:50 PM
mswilder Well, in hot springs we got a 30 min flurry, just enough to appear white on the roof of a house. but i left for fort smith thur afternoon and hit a coulpe of flurries, and here there is 3 in on the ground. so it has been fun trying to tackle some of the side roads. have fun in the snow. looks like we are all going to get some more tonight (thursday).
02-01-2007 08:54 PM
Dare2BSquare
Snow in the Ozarks

So, how much snow did everyone get? Searcy had about 1 1/2 inches last night. Supposed to get a little more tonight. It was almost all gone by sundown today though. My timing could have been better. I went offroading Wednesday and hit some pretty mild trails/logging roads and pastureland. One of the horses at camp didn't come in for morning feeding and went looking for her. It would have been a little more fun with snow on the ground. And it would have been fun to look for deer tracks in the snow.

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