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Charles Marshburn says it doesn't get cold in Columbia

Remembers winter of 1968, in Montana

By Charles Marshburn
Current snowbirding in balmy Gadberry, Adair County, KY

Woke up to -43 degrees in Great Falls, MT.

Before I could go to work at the air base I had to put my car battery in the car. One had to bring it in every night to keep it from freezing and cracking.

I had to unplug my oil heater (?) and heat the door handle with a butane lighter. It doesn't get cold in Columbia!

This story was posted on 2018-01-14 08:14:30
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