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RE: weather


Depends on moisture IMHO.... I can work in 40 degrees as long as it is a
dry heat.. cold damp feeling for me is out!

Same goes for the heat times... the humidity will keep me indoors, not
the actual temps.... although if gets over 95, I am in the ac period.


> > From: kmrsy@comcast.net
> > >Yeah, 40s are just too durn cold to enjoy working outside IMO.
> >
> > Generally, I agree, but a bright sunny day in the 40s can be more
> > comfortable than a grey day in the 50s around here. Also, depends
> on
> > what needs doing. If it takes a lot of exertion, I don't mind.
> ----------
> Well, Kitty, then we need to get particular...like which end of these
> temp. ranges are we talking about:)
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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