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Old 01-13-2013, 08:07 PM   #1
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just a big laugh

My wife and i were traveling from our previous home to move some valuable storeage items we had not seen in 4 years She was following me in a uhaul. we were on the edge of a cold front. I was driving along and sneezed. At that exact moment my front windows allllll fogged over. at first i thought dang that was one big sneeze. after i got through laughing i realized i have never seen that happen before. anyone else seen this. she actually confirmed hers did the same.
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Actually I did have it happen to me in Northern Minnesota. We were in the coach and headed right into a rolling thunderstorm. I think the outside air temps dropped >25 degrees immediately and the inside of the windshield fogged over within a couple of seconds.

I was new to driving the coach and had to do some quick thinking to find the switch for my large defroster fans and get the beast slowed to a safe speed until my windows cleared.

Scary stuff when you're on the business end of the steering wheel.

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Been there too RickO.. Another effect was the condensation inside the RV. All the walls had water running down them when we stopped. Took us about 30 minutes to wipe them down with towels.
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Yell first before you sneeze the next time so if your near people they can hit the ground.
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caveman, didn't have time to yell, it was one of those really quick sneezes. the strange thing was all the moisture was on the outside. wife said her windshield did same thing. it was so odd it appeared in a flash
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