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Old 11-12-2013, 06:37 PM   #1
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Beautiful Day

It was a beautiful day in Wisconsin. A bright sunny day, 15 degrees this morning and the high almost made 30 degrees. No bugs or mosquitoes to bother you. As Wisconsin weather goes it is suppose to be 45 degrees this weekend. Jim
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Old 11-12-2013, 06:39 PM   #2
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I guess some definitions of a beautiful day vary .
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Sure a strange idea for a "beautiful" day. Hope you enjoy it.

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Old 11-13-2013, 07:41 AM   #4
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Sure am glad that it was you that went back north after Iowa and I came back to Georgia. Although its suppose to be 24 here tomorrow morning but a balmy 50 today
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Old 11-13-2013, 08:41 AM   #5
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15 degrees does not compute. I didn't know thermometers even had a mark that low.
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15 degrees does not compute. I didn't know thermometers even had a mark that low.

Believe me they do. We lived north of Toronto for 2 years and we saw
-24 degF more than once.

And that is why we went back to SE Texas.

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I HATE cold because I have to work outside in it,,, no nice office job... Was 18 in MO on the way home this morning.... At least the roads were dry,,,,, for now......
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Jim - the nice man in the white coat was looking for you. Says it's time for your meds.
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Old 11-13-2013, 05:34 PM   #9
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Jim - the nice man in the white coat was looking for you. Says it's time for your meds.
Jay I took my meds., but haven't seen the man in the white coat. Kate always tells me I need theropy on some issues. Oh well I guess I'll just make do here up nort. Jim
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We had that cold snap here too. Hit 12 degrees. But wait. They say Saturday we will hit 60. Well I am not going to un-winterize the rig. Just keep getting ready for our FT as next year at this time we will be thinking of all our Northern friends.
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We had a cold snap here at cocoa beach fl it was in the 60's today. Still walking around in a t shirt and shorts.
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We had a cold snap here at cocoa beach fl it was in the 60's today. Still walking around in a t shirt and shorts.
We're just down the beach from you in Melbourne Beach. The wind is fierce! Nice day though. High was low 70s.
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Hi RVJimmy,

I really appreciate your positive attitude. Sometimes I wonder if my MH will make it 5 miles down the road after spending time on the forums. Nobody ever writes in and says they are having a great time RVing and everything is workin' fine. Glad your havin' a great day RVJimmy!

The weather here in Apache Junction Arizona is forecast for "Severe Clear" (A/C is humming as I type).
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It was 26 this morning in Big Spring, (SW) TX. I unhooked the water hose and put a trouble light in my water bay.
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