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Re: everybody outside / heat

NO!   I don't mind the heat at all, have become  thin-blooded, so I don't 
tolerate the cold as much anymore.....however, 100's  are a bit much for 
me......probably because I am outside more than inside (no  A/C there!)   We are 
fortunate though, on the coast not to have many  days in the 100's.  I think that 
is probably why I don't like the extreme  heat either....coastal humidity makes 
100's feel worse yet.....although  we do have a lot of winds that circulate 
the air, which makes it  better.   
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/19/2008 5:31:37 AM Central Daylight Time,  
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

Interesting that all of us live in approx the same area of the  country.  Do 
all you southerners love that 100 plus  weather?

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