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February 11, 2013

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It's all so beautiful to this So Cal person -- I've never lived where it snows but know there is much work to go with that beauty.

Kelly, it's beautiful to me, too. And then we have to shovel.

Love that mat.

Kalyn, it's a life saver. (Maybe would come in handy in the Utah snow, too.)

Beautiful photos: log "cabin", pristine snow, perfect icicles, and a blue sky. I can almost feel the cold snap in the air. And then there is the mat: Safe, warm and functional. You do live in a magical place, Lydia.

Christine, I am lucky, I know. Every now and then, especially in winter, I envy my California friends!

I had no idea such a thing existed, but it's brilliant! There have been a few times when we've had ice storms that $100 would have seemed like a small price to pay for some "solid ground." I knew about heated water dishes for dogs so they have fresh, unfrozen water, but not about these mats for humans. Must remember this, Lydia. Thank you for sharing and so glad you have one to help keep you and your hubby safe!

Shirley

Shirley, it really is the little things that make life so much more enjoyable. It took me at least 10 years to realize that a mat could help with the ice dripping from the gutter. I can't believe I didn't think of it sooner!

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