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Old 07-13-2011, 04:27 PM  
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Default Almost Took A Chill Today

Coming home this evening I started to feel a little chill on these old bones and started looking for a sweater I swore was in the back seat. I looked at the overhead console and it only read 98* and after yesterdays 102* I kinda feel like I do when fall starts to cool things off in the mid-south.

Bull Sausages it HOT!!! Oh well, took a temp reading in an attic I was in today and it read 142*...glad I don't live in that house Just hoping InspectorD would invite me up to spend a couple weeks in the land of milk, honey and cranberries.

Hey Inspector...did the snow ever totally melt up your way yet???


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Only 142?.....seems a bit cool to me after that inspection I did yesterday.
And who told you about the milk and honey ....

Just had a cool front move through, it feels real nice up here.!!


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We are still waiting for summer up here.
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We are still waiting for summer up here.
Neal, give me your address, I'm more than happy to ship some up to ya. How much do you want?
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Neal, give me your address, I'm more than happy to ship some up to ya. How much do you want?
We should ship together to save on shipping. I have tons of summer to give away.
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Lately we only get two weather reports " sunney with showers" or rain with sunney breaks. The river is high so if we get hot weather we will pay for it.
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This month in Vegas we are down 10 degrees from last year. It's only 98 - 100. Dry heat rules!
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Monkey; Your just bragging now, if your from Seattle you know our weather. At least it's green up here.
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So true. I just went to the Reno / Carson area and it was beautiful there. They didn't have to water things to keep them alive.
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I hope you guys are taking it easy in that heat down there.


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