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Has this winter’s weather pattern been the most unusual you’ve experienced in Alaska?

Yes, definitely.
35% (114 votes)
No, not even close. Let me tell you about this one winter...
65% (216 votes)
Total votes: 330
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Watchman on the Wall
Watchman on the Wall 12/18/12 - 11:18 am
HAARP has alot to do with our

HAARP has alot to do with our weather here in Alaska and i guess there is also a HAARP station near Wasilla as well as up north by Fairbanks which change the weather air streams and help produce strange weather. These stations are all around the earth i guess.
One time a Band Camp the weather was so cold that we had to heat up the fires so they would be warm enough to start and put out heat just to stay warm, which is hard to do, either way.
Over the 39 yrs total time here in AK there has been many wird winters as well as summers and no one knows which way to prepare for either, so prepare for the worst and you'll be ok, Maybe. While your stocking up on ammo, firewood, rice and beans, stock up on real friends to help when trouble does come, no matter what form of trouble it is.
Count your blessings as you look around you and help to be a Blessing to someone today and always, it'll warm your heart and theirs.

Watchman on the Wall
Watchman on the Wall 12/20/12 - 09:45 am
Remember that IGA, Country

Remember that IGA, Country Foods has buy a $24.99 ham and get FREE FREE FREE a 12lb turkey, a dozen eggs and 1 lb of bacon. It's cold outside and many need food because they are paying for heat with money they have, so help warm up some hearts, as well as yours, by buying several of these hams and giving them to the Salvation Army, Senior centers and even church's, or bars & Fraternities that are giving food boxes to help folks out.
No i still have no affilation to IGA in any way, it's just a wonderful inexpensive way to help warm up hearts in this cold world and feed the needy.
Keep your body warm, inside and out by giving to help others.

This one time it was sooooo cold inside, that we all moved outside to warm up and the flames from the fire had icicles on them, so we had to build a second fire to warm up the first fire. Maybe!
I do remember one winter i was 14 & we were coming back to Alaska from CA and the clutch went out on the pontiac wagon we had bought from Cal Worthington in california Mom was driving. My stepdad went ahead to Tok for a wrecker while we waited in the car as the truck was loaded down inside by dad. We kids and mom almost froze until a trucker came by a few hrs later and i got out and flagged him down. We found dad ran off the road a few miles away and when we got to Tok it was -40. I'm sure it was colder than that along the highway, but thats cold enough and praise the Lord for that trucker coming along when he did.
No telling what the weather is going to do with man messing with it as they try to be God, and why God allows them to do so is another question. Stay warm.

Have a Merry Messiah Day, Christ-mas, Happy Holiday or Happy Nothing Day and remember, Jesus is the Reason, for the Season.

Jerry Baty

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