back the old days, it got really cold!

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    Niagra falls, 1912
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    NIAGRA FALLS!

    ...slowly I turned....
     
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    My driveway

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    Either that's a big snow, or you're a very tiny person.
     
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    In 1910, they drove wagons across the Columbia from Portland to Vancouver. My mothers family has been in Oregon, Eastern Oregon, since the 1860's. After WW1, according to my Grandfather, that area started warming significantly, with less precipitation. Only one account from one local area, but matchs accounts from many areas.
     

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