Soccer Is A Thing Of The Past

When I moved here 20 years ago, we used to play soccer all winter long. Winter temperatures have plummeted since then, and we now have snow on the ground for months at a time. Last year the snow didn’t melt until mid-May.

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19 Responses to Soccer Is A Thing Of The Past

  1. stewart pid says:

    Time to take up cross country skiing 😉

  2. nigelf says:

    Time to move to an equatorial region that doesn’t try to kill you with cold weather for months on end.

  3. Hugh K says:

    Well, we always have greenland golf as an alternative.

  4. gator69 says:

    I have a new glacier forming off my back patio, but experts predict I will be ice free come June.

  5. I can’t high jump worth a hoot any more, but I don’t whine about it…and I never did get my own plane (REE-REE-REE!..the psychological agony is unbearable)

    Just for kicks, you should present four graphs, one for each season…

    You small furry creatures are so excitable…(which, oddly, reminds me of the big, silly collie, named Bobo, my sister once owned).

  6. The last Little Ice Age began with an increase in storms and flooding on the European region. It ‘a coincidence that under a low solar activity record we are having now the same phenomenon? http://piccolaeraglaciale.wordpress.com/2014/02/08/una-legione-di-grandi-tempeste-precede-il-grande-freddo/

  7. copernicus34 says:

    ooops, wrong link…hold on

  8. RokShox says:

    Where can you find archived temperature data for Fort Collins? I’d like to respond to this

    http://www.coloradoan.com/comments/article/20140209/NEWS01/302090070/Fort-Collins-summers-heating-up

  9. Brian H says:

    Kicking an ice-cold, hardened soccer ball hurts. Try it.

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