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Gary350
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I can't pull my carrots the ground is frozen.

Wife made some vegatable soup and wanted me to pull some carrots. The ground is frozen. It took me 5 minutes to dig 1 up. LOL.

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Aw, too bad.
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jal_ut wrote:Aw, too bad.
2nd that :P I couldn't find my carrots if i wanted to under all the snow. :)

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I couldn't find my carrots either, they are under 22 inches of snow. :)
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Re: I can't pull my carrots the ground is frozen.

Gary350 wrote:Wife made some vegatable soup and wanted me to pull some carrots. The ground is frozen. It took me 5 minutes to dig 1 up. LOL.
Oh I laughed when I read this. Where I'm from this would never happen. It never snows in Sydney! You might the odd bit of snow in the Blue Mountains which are about 100km (64miles) away. [Maybe you shouldn't get too excited by the term mountains, they are probably not that high comparied to US standards.]

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