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Old 04-10-2014, 04:47 PM  
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I'll take mid 70's. I about burned my hand on shingles climbing around on a roof today doing an inspection for an insurance company. Short spring, it's now summer. Guess I'm not as tough as I use to be...


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Did you forget your gloves?


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Yep, but I went back to the truck and got them.
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Woke up to fifty degrees today yes 50. Was amazing taking the dog for her morning walk. The fog was thicker than pea soup and the deer were running everyplace along with the possum, rabbits, squirrels and anything else you can think of. The drive in was slower than a snow storm.
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It was 97 yesterday, I got a nasty sun burn at work.
I think we have a winner, first B............. of the year
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We hit 72 today. Fantastic day. Bad news is that they are calling for cold again. Maybe more snow?

I got a little color myself today. Can't call it a burn.


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Yesterday we hit 80 missed the record high by one degree. But they are calling for 1 to 3 inches of snow tomorrow. So the race isn’t over yet and Syracuse is licking their chops for one last blast too.

Looks like they will call a winner around the first of May. Read all about it. http://goldensnowglobe.com/
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Sounds like a nice place to be from...
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There are some advantages to living in a place like this. Until recently it had a very strong industrial background with some very good paying jobs but still had a low cost of living. You can commute 15 minutes into a city job and live in the country. The seasons are normally quite nice and you do tend to really take advantage of the summer when it gets here.
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Good retirement place. Low cost and spend winter else about.


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