Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by NEGIRLPATSFAN, Dec 20, 2008.
Well, I have 14 inches and it is still snowing here in SW NH
I wish I was making this up!
I wish I could get that where I live for christmas. We used to get snow around this time but it rarely falls now, just gets bitterly cold and thats it.
Can you send me some? Thats just being greedy
As a lifelong Beatle crazy who has visited Liverpool twice, I would give anything to be there right now. We should trade!!!
Is Bazookas Chicken still there on the corner of Lime Street?
Chicken Bazooka is still there I believe, right by Central Station. Strangely enough I've never been in and it's in the top ten takeaway places in the city. I'll have to wander in someday. I love this city to death, she has her flaws like everywhere else but I'm not ready to let her go just yet. We can trade climate if you like though
So you've been over, did you understand us ok? Hope you enjoyed your stay, just don't speak to people who support Everton, they're evil people who should be abolished.
Well, it finally stopped, I got a total of 27 inches here
If you really miss this stuff, hon, we should talk about a house swap!!!
I love the UK, and could use a break!
Cozy little log house in the New Hampshire woods...... ya ok
I've lived in busy areas all my life, a nice cozy hideaway in the woods sounds great. Maybe I could coach some soccer whilst I'm over and catch a pats game or twelve.....hey, where do I sign?
I absolutely loved it. My highlight was a Saturday Night I went over to the Empire Theatre and asked for a ticket, I didnt care what was playing, I just wanted to see a show where the Beatles had played. Being in there felt like being in a time machine, this lovely old woman was sitting next to me and she was so friendly. And the show turned out to be...get this... Lily Savage!!! Have you heard of, um.....her??
I had the time of my life ( or should I say, time of me life)
Liverpool reminded me very much of Boston, I felt right at home. Penny Lane was like being in Coolidge Corner in Brookline to me. I stayed up the street from Bazooka at a place called the Aachen i think. And i took the train to London. England is wonderful.
Haha! Yes Lily Savage, a "lady" who doesn't hold back. The guys real name is Paul O'Grady and he now hosts his own talk show at 5pm on mainstream tv, obviously not as Lily otherwise the channel would get taken off air.
I've imagined the two cities being similar, hopefully one day I'll see for myself. I assume you went the Beatles museum at the Albert Dock? They've added some cool buildings on the waterfront now that tie in with the cities old buildings aswell as a new arena, looks even better lit up at night now.
My nephew does indoor "soccor" all winter long, could always use another coach!
I am 110 miles from Gillette, a wonderful drive. 20 miles from ski areas
I will even leave you my 4 wheel drive. :singing:
We've gotten about 16" since Friday. I feel like I've done nothing but shovel since.
Just came in from cross country skiing out in the woods and from shoveling snow off my roof. Gotta luv all this global warming.
See you soon then
Hey I got my wish, it's not quite 24 inches but Liverpools covered in the stuff. About time we had a proper winter.
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