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Re: Re: temps

Oh no... anywhere near that 100 mark and I am inside with the ac on :) Doesn't happen here all that often thankfully.

Thinking as I get older, can not tolerate heat and humidity as well
anymore. Heck, this year I even went out and bought knee pads.... wish I
would have done that years ago.


> It's true, except that I work outside all day, even in August. My
> neighbors think I'm insane. As long as I've got the water hose to drink
> out of and spritz myself w/ - I'm good to about 105-110 degrees, then
> even I come in the house. LOL
> Good thing we all seem to like the climates we live in, though I dare
> say Bonnie in TN could stand it in Texas if she had a mind to,
> temperature-wise!
> My folks (in PA) agree w/ Kitty - to them 80 is just TOO darned hot.  Cracks me up....

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