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Old 10-02-2011, 08:52 PM   #1
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Baby it's COLD outside!

I mean it too. The NC mountains in our area got the first dusting of snow last night and here in Granite Falls the temp dipped to near freezing. It has been very chilly all day. It seems Fall is here. That's OK with me because on the last week of November we will be in Florida for 4 months will the rest of the snow birds and enjoying every minute of it. Y'all stay warm and stay safe and can't wait to see you all again at the next rally along with some more new faces. Hugs from chilly NC 24 miles from Grandfather Mountain!
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:15 AM   #2
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I agree! We were down to 53 deg. this morning.......
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:25 AM   #3
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It was down to 46 in the Raleigh area. Brrrrr! We can't leave for Florida until after the Christmas holidays with the grandkids. Hopefully, we will have a mild fall. Enjoyed meeting you and Seajay this past week. Hope to see you on the road somewhere, sometime.......
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Ditto; 51 degrees this morning in Livingston TX. Lit the Wave heater for the first time this year.
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Will be headed for North Carolina the 15th of October to do a little leaf peaping;
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Old 10-03-2011, 01:29 PM   #6
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Yea... it was down to 70 this morning... I might have to start wearing a shirt and long pants again!!!
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It was 61 this a.m and rose to 88 this afternoon on the gulf coast. Clear skies and low humidity.
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Was 70 yesterday with sun. Today the forecast is for 75 with sun and a light southerly breeze. The tree leaves are mostly turned in our area. If I wasn't so lazy I'd go out on our deck and take a picture of the varying leaf colors. But we're sturdy northerners and stick around and embrace winter.
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Sitting here with the temperatures rising up into the upper 80's today. The AC is presently running in anticipation of those rises. Right now it is 76 degrees in the shade outside.
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Hi you two!! Hope you are doing well! SeaJay had his second cataract removed yesterdy at 7 AM and we had to be back at 8 AM today for a rotine post-operative check-up, so we are so sleepy we can't keep our eyes open. He is doing great and both of us are just glad that he has that over with. Take care and keep on traveling! Happy trails!!
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Glad to hear seejay and his cadlilac are doing well! Tell him we miss him!

As for you southerners and easterners with sno,, 70 something in chicago, naa naa boo boo!!
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It has been in the low 30's in the morning in West Michigan. Ice on the car windows. No snow here yet but soon.
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Hi you two!! Hope you are doing well! SeaJay had his second cataract removed yesterdy at 7 AM and we had to be back at 8 AM today for a rotine post-operative check-up, so we are so sleepy we can't keep our eyes open. He is doing great and both of us are just glad that he has that over with. Take care and keep on traveling! Happy trails!!
I had mine done a month ago. What a great and easy surgery. My best to Seajay.
Don't you just love those early morning apointments ? That was the hardest part of the procedure.
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Cooling off here in central Texas too. Only 89 today! Had to put on a long sleeve shirt for the first time this fall............................. and glad to hear Seejay got his cadillac fixed..................ronspradley
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