February 2, 2007 Brrr Minus 3. By the time I got to Keystone it was minus 8. Colorado is having a sucky winter. At least I’m home. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Previous PostAs Usual, I’m Nobody’s Market Next PostFailing to Address a Point of Pain PRoales And speeding? First confession/conviction by blog posting coming up? Brad Feld Speeding? I was on the highway – speed limit 65. That looks like 66 or 67 to me – I guess that “qualifies” but I’d argue there’s no way my speedometer is calibrated correctly (e.g. +/- 2 easily.) Jessica 🙂 It’s been 50 degrees and sunny here in Homer! We’ve been having spring all week long…even green grass is beginning to appear in our lawn. Not too bad for Alaska. Bruce Wyman Record low temp at DIA this morning at 4.44a — 18 degrees below zero. Even by my standards, perhaps a touch on the cool side. Turns out that January was the 8th coldest and 8th snowiest on record. I’ve been loving it. Martha Wow…. it was -11 when I woke up for work yesterday, and “only” -5 by the time I actually got to work at 7:15. By the way – that’s not speeding, Brad… unless of course you’re going through the canyon right before Glenwood Springs. Those cops will nail you in a heartbeat for doing that much over the posted speed. Trust me, I speak from experience!!! Don Dodge Brad, my friend, what are you doing taking a picture of your instrument console while driving 67 MPH down the highway? I know you like to do three or four things at once, but please be careful. BTW, 30 degrees and sunny in Boston Don Brad Feld At least I wasn’t talking on my phone at the same time. But – yes – it was snowing. It got up to 24 degrees today in Keystone – yippee – spring!