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Old 12-08-2010, 01:10 PM   #15
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A balmy 75 in Cave Creek and lots of desert trails.
Ok now Vegasdan,now you've gone and done it..We came down for Thanksgiving and what did we get??? 40-50 and so windy the MH was rocking down in the Oasis RV Park..Went up to Red Rock Canyon and durn near got blown off the rocks and the wind chill was below freezing. All the way down 101 to Paso Robles and over to Death Valley was low 80's and then we got to Vegas and out came the winter clothes.
Here in Silverdale we had heavy thunder and lightning at 7:30 this AM,an inch of rain in under an hour and the power was out for over an hour..
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Old 12-08-2010, 03:57 PM   #17
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That's why we moved back to the Texas Gulf Coast after 22 years in central Ohio!!

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Old 12-08-2010, 04:23 PM   #18
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Stop it Stop it!!!! Stop It!!! Stop telling me the beautiful weather reports of places that I only dream about being!! Come-on dont' any of you want to be in the brrrr snow / ice up here? Doesn't anybody miss the cold blowy winters? Please - even lie to me about how much you really really miss it here and would give anything to trade the sun for a few weeks of bone-chilling weather.
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Old 12-09-2010, 07:35 AM   #20
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It has warmed up quite abit here in Pasco, Wa. It is now
40 degrees. A real heat wave.
Two weeks ago it was about 0 degrees. Hated to drive to
my part-time-not-much-per-hour-job on the icy roads but it
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We like riding bikes too but my barometer of the weather we're in is how many months per year I can wear shorts and flip flops!
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I use the flip flop barometer too! I've had to wear socks in the darn things these last few days in S.FL. Not giving up yet. Nina
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