Snowbirds?

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Tom

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Ever wonder why they call them snowbirds and why they flock south in the winter months? A few photos submitted by forum members tells all.
 

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Ron

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Tom said:
Ever wonder why they call them snowbirds and why they flock south in the winter months? A few photos submitted by forum members tells all.

That conditions shown in the photos doesn't usually happen twice to the same snowbird under normal circumstances I hope anyway. ;D ;D
 

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One winter day a few years ago, it snowed 1" in Tucson.  Fortunately, we were in Phoenix that day :D
 

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Tom

That first picture was on Easter Sunday and that is what happens when you are at 7500 ft. ?The next week we were in 70 degree weather and yes that is why we head south for the winter.
 

Tom

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Lorna,

I think I'd head south in a hurry too  ;D

Neat picture though.
 

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Oh thats dreaded, why do you have to remind us of the inevitable!!! Not able to escape yet but this could be the year to push all the right buttons and just go!!! ???
 

Tom

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rubysamm said:
why do you have to remind us of the inevitable!!!

LOL, just trying to give you some incentive to make the decision and push the buttons.
 
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