We recently (like just a couple hours ago) got above zero (2 degrees) for the first time in over 80 hours. The past three mornings have started at or near -20 (that's Farenheit & without windchill factored in). It's cold. Very cold. The heating for our furnace can't keep up when it get's below zero outside. It's been hovering in the low 60s in our apartment. We're all in layers. Even the rocking moose.

Yesterday, the local weatherman from the station that's just a mile or so from us showed how fruit and vegetables left outside overnight can effectively pound nails into a board. We have a saying in our house: "At least we're not in International Falls" (where temperatures got to a record -46 the other day).

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