What if it Snows?

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  1. okiedokie

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    Cranberries are grown in bogs. On the coast of Oregon.
     
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  3. Pamela1990

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    I am a good girl.
     
  4. JolliRoger

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    Lassiter Logistical Services. Newport, AR. Thomas Lassiter. He is on Facebook, might look there. I am not on Facebook.
     
  5. JolliRoger

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    How you harvest? Any trouble with theft? Is red the natural color or added in processing? Cotton farmer wants to know.
     
  6. Pamela1990

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    Right now daylight hours are short, about 07:30 to 16:30 hours. Come June it will be daylight from 03:00 to 23:00 hour. But the 4 hours of darkness in June, are not very dark, you just can't actually see the sun, but you could drive without headlights.

    Where as at this time of the year, when it's dark, it is really #### dark.
     
  7. Pamela1990

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    Ps. Our trucks all have great driving lights on them, so we can see well despite the long hours of darkness in winter. Another factor is the snow helps to see when lights hit it, its very bright, compared to dark surfaces that absorb the light. I don't turn my high beam headlights on, just run the lows, and have 5 powerful driving lights.
     
  8. JolliRoger

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    Went across Calgary, Banff, Revelstoke, Hope, out at Vancouver into Port Angeles. Was in July and I recall the light/night was out of whack a little from what I expected.
     
  9. Opus

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    And the Wisconsin dells. Kinda cool to look at and yes @JolliRoger they're red
     
  10. JolliRoger

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    Strange on the snow... I have run IA, MN, and the Dakotas in winter and the brightness of the snow was glaring in daylight and worse at night in headlights.
    May have been my eyes being more used to running FL fog with the interior cab lit. Can get too much light reflection off water droplets in fog, guess walls of snow on both sides would have an effect. Strange land you live in.
     
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