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Winter has finally arrived in the Lowcountry of South Carolina! Woke up to a frosty 39 degrees this AM. High today will be 49 degrees. We have been spoiled down here with these mid 60's and mid 70's das recently. Time to "man-up" now. LOL!!


( Honey, where'd you say you hung up my heavy coat? )
 

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I planned a afterwork ride here in AZ after work yesterday. Weatherman said sunny and 75 degrees. I got home it was cloudy, windy, and spotted showers with a temp in the low 60's. Got a little wet but a great ride anyway.
 

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Winter has finally arrived in the Lowcountry of South Carolina! Woke up to a frosty 39 degrees this AM. High today will be 49 degrees. We have been spoiled down here with these mid 60's and mid 70's das recently. Time to "man-up" now. LOL!!


( Honey, where'd you say you hung up my heavy coat? )
Sounds like an AFTERNOON ride is on the agenda!:wink2:
 

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10 degrees here this morning, so far this week my wing hasn’t been out of the garage but maybe tomorrow..............
 

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winter has finally arrived in the lowcountry of south carolina! Woke up to a frosty 39 degrees this am. High today will be 49 degrees. We have been spoiled down here with these mid 60's and mid 70's das recently. Time to "man-up" now. Lol!!


( honey, where'd you say you hung up my heavy coat? )
thats not cold. I though i was going to see photos of lots of snow
 

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Time to "Man up" I am not sure if I ever posted this before or not, but it seems appropriate. Keep in mind this is not the "Wimpy" wind chill, this is the real deal. (1996 I think)


 

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Time to "Man up" I am not sure if I ever posted this before or not, but it seems appropriate. Keep in mind this is not the "Wimpy" wind chill, this is the real deal. (1996 I think)



At that temperature, electrons are beginning to slow down. At least mine would.
 

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It was about 10 degrees colder in the midlands, Columbia area, I rode any way. Got up to a blistering 50 degrees
 

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Well, we have about 17" of heavy, wet, white stuff that arrived here on Saturday. Won't be getting the Wing out for a while.
 
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