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Which one of you left the freezer door open? We were enjoying our winter in the 60's and 70's here in SE TX. My ride on the OrangeRush in to work this morning at 7:30 was 36. :24shocked: I thought I would never thaw out. Went out for lunch and it had warmed up to 40. Supposed to be colder in the morning. :24shocked: I am glad I have a short commute to West Houston.

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It wasn't me! We are getting hammered with snow here, but it will be changing to rain tonight making a mess of everything. I'll give you a hollar in the summer to see if you left the oven open.
 

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I know what you mean. Saturday was a nice day for the Snowball Run in Montgomery. I removed my jacket liner and long johns for the ride home. I didn't need heavy gloves either. Now the temp is dropping like a rock and expected to hit 14 tonight. I know this isn't really cold but this is a reason I don't live up Nawth.
 

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How do you like us NOW ?

Well boys ? Us Northern folks thought it was time to give you boys & girls a little sample of how it is during the winter. So just remember when we start getting cabin fever up here, have a little pity. We were really aiming at that guy in Florida. I think his name is RED !
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COLD??? IS IT COLD OUT???

I hadn't noticed, it's getting into flannel shirt weather around here~~~~just a bit nippy :weeping:
 

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Not ciold here

Just another beautiful day in S Fl., I rode the bike to pickup my order from Hal. Sunny and 78 8) again, but dont tell them New York City Folks its too crowded here already.
 

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Blackwing...you mean you actually water ski with ski jackets on?? :a13:

It was -3 here this am, +8 when I left work at 3pm. Tomorrow, we will have a heat wave; it's supposed to reach 20 or 21. Don't even ask about the 'wind chill factor'. :22yikes:
 

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It was -28 this morning, and a truck load of wire arrived that had to be lowered to the powerhouse from the top of the dam where I work. My crew and I spent 4 hours slinging and lowering the wire, it was so cold the sheaves on the crane boom wouldn't turn. For any of you that have never had to work outside in that kind of cold, it's hard to even move with that many clothes on. :D
 
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