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Just wanted to wish everyone who celebrates a Merry Christmas.

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Merry Christmas to you too, and happy holidays to anyone else in the Odroid world who celebrates this time of year.
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Thanks, I and wish also Merry Christmas to you all out there.
We have have had dinner only with us 3 people, me, my wife and our daughter. My father had to stay at home as the infections are high here in Germany and we should take care of us and all others.
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Merry Christmas, folks! We went to visit my in-laws ~100km away and we all took the quick covid test :D

Had Christmas meal (yum!) and the kids are busy building their lego sets.

Hope to "park" the kids here for their Christmas vacantion, so I can get some "me" time. :D

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Merry Christmas Adrian, I hope it's been great.
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We got a foot of snow and the extended family decided not to drive today. Thankfully we had the foresight to get a backup Christmas dinner for ourselves.
I'm not sure why they're intimidated, this is an average snowstorm for us but in all honestly a quiet Christmas sounds nice.
A few years ago we got 3 feet over Christmas.
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L67GS wrote:We got a foot of snow and the extended family decided not to drive today. Thankfully we had the foresight to get a backup Christmas dinner for ourselves.
I'm not sure why they're intimidated, this is an average snowstorm for us but in all honestly a quiet Christmas sounds nice.
A few years ago we got 3 feet over Christmas.
I've not seen snow in years, one of these years I would like to have a white Christmas but I will have to leave home to get it lol.

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There's nothing pretty about snow when you live with it.
I live in Erie PA.

https://time.com/5079624/erie-pennsylva ... -pictures/

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L67GS wrote:There's nothing pretty about snow when you live with it.
I live in Erie PA.

https://time.com/5079624/erie-pennsylva ... -pictures/
It's nice once in a while when you don't live in it however.
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Sun Dec 27, 2020 5:27 pm
L67GS wrote:We got a foot of snow and the extended family decided not to drive today. Thankfully we had the foresight to get a backup Christmas dinner for ourselves.
I'm not sure why they're intimidated, this is an average snowstorm for us but in all honestly a quiet Christmas sounds nice.
A few years ago we got 3 feet over Christmas.
I've not seen snow in years, one of these years I would like to have a white Christmas but I will have to leave home to get it lol.
Hope everybody's Christmas went well.

A reasonable( <= 1 foot ) amount of Snow for Christmas can be nice. It however can be hit or miss here on how close we are to that reasonable 1 foot mark. Some years it's an inch or two, some years it's 3 to 4 feet for Christmas.
The other 5 months of the white stuff I would happily do without it.

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