Cold Weather Fun in Minnesota

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When you live in cold weather country, you learn to take pleasure from ice and snow in creative ways. Breaking a layer of ice on a trampoline takes some effort in preparation -a lot of preparation, actually, which we thank this guy for as we watch this video in the heated comfort of the indoors. It’s two degrees below zero (-17°C) where he is. But Minnesotans expect it, unlike here in Kentucky where putting a hose outlet inside the house seems strange. Everything is relative, as Canadian commenters at the YouTube page laugh at two degrees below zero. -via Viral Viral Videos

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That wasn't a "hose outlet" inside the house, it was the faucet of a laundry sink next to the washing machine, which is pretty common all over the U.S. They just used it because they would have already drained the water lines leading to the outside water taps (where the garden hose would be attached during the summer) in preparation for winter, so they needed an inside tap that had outside threads to couple with the hose. Ergo, the laundry sink.
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It's three degrees above zero here in Kentucky right now. I just realized I haven't been out of the house since Tuesday. That has less to do with the temperature than it has to do with the fact that two cars are in the shop.
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