LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —
But I still showed her that if this guy was correct, NAWWWWW is saying that central and southeastern Kentucky is going to have a relatively mild winter, temperature wise, but still more snow than we’ve had in 10 years. So I figure that’s as good a guess as any.
When I asked him about his white cousins I’d seen, he informed me that didn’t mean anything. Seems the white woolies had recently escaped from Wind Gap, Penn., where a local diner breeds them to use as the secret ingredient in the scrapple they serve for breakfast.