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Old 06-22-2011, 08:12 AM   #29
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Here in Colorado, it has been in the 70s every day for the past 2 weeks. We are at 7600 ft and surrounded by snow capped peaks. No bugs, just a little wind now and then.
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Old 06-22-2011, 08:41 AM   #31
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It's been sunny and beautiful in the high mountains of Northern New Mexico...daytime around 80, nighttime about 40. Perfect RV weather
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Yesterday it was in the mid 70's (yea first day of summer) today probably 70 then lows 60's Thursday. Standard for the PNW. The nice thing is no rain
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Old 06-22-2011, 09:43 AM   #33
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Just like almost every day, it's 59 on the beach here in Lincoln City, OR. Beats the heck out of the 100+ days back home.
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Old 06-22-2011, 07:27 PM   #34
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Jay you sure are right about the rain, could you tell me if you know this old grey haired guy with the beard that has his big boat across from my house and lining all those animals up in pairs.
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From June 14th to the 22nd...rainy with temps from high 40s to the mid 60s from Ft. Nelson, BC to Tok, AK. Rubber boots very much in style in Dawson City and Chicken. Top of the World Hwy. on the US side is MUDDY and the MH was at least 100 lbs. heavier...lost left rear mud flap due to overloading...of MUD! Chicken had rain for the last 4 days with the highs in the mid 60s accompanied by lots of...MUD. Un-earthed the MH and Jeep(their colors are the same as I remembered) today in the "RV Washing Capital of Alaska"(that's Tok's slogan, not mine)under rainy conditions at 60 degrees F. Forecast for the next 4 days we'll be here...light to heavy RAIN. Temperment...still SUNNY with plans of getting a little more mud on the tires of the Jeep tomorrow...this place is amazing...not much Sun, but amazing! Bob
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From June 14th to the 22nd...rainy with temps from high 40s to the mid 60s from Ft. Nelson, BC to Tok, AK. Rubber boots very much in style in Dawson City and Chicken. Top of the World Hwy. on the US side is MUDDY and the MH was at least 100 lbs. heavier...lost left rear mud flap due to overloading...of MUD! Chicken had rain for the last 4 days with the highs in the mid 60s accompanied by lots of...MUD. Un-earthed the MH and Jeep(their colors are the same as I remembered) today in the "RV Washing Capital of Alaska"(that's Tok's slogan, not mine)under rainy conditions at 60 degrees F. Forecast for the next 4 days we'll be here...light to heavy RAIN. Temperment...still SUNNY with plans of getting a little more mud on the tires of the Jeep tomorrow...this place is amazing...not much Sun, but amazing! Bob
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Old 06-22-2011, 11:44 PM   #37
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Those who live in the Pacific Northwest should not comment . It will make all the hot RVers
want to come over and take over our camp sites. I don't miss those 100+ blowtorch degrees where I once was..
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Low to mid 60s and storming once every couple of hours. We must have gotten 4 or 5 inches by now. Not predicted to dry out until at least Friday. Doesn't bode well for those downstream, who are already dealing with massive flooding.

Low temps and high precipitation have been our lot for months now.
Yup, we're just outside of Duluth. We've received about 3.5" of rain the past few days. 51 again this morning and cloudy. We had high winds for a few days off the lake that caused a few trees to fall. Getting darned tired of this weather pattern. Can't get the grass cut as it is too wet. Lot of stream flooding.
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It's hot and muggy here and Philly which is why we are leaving for a month in Acadia NP on Saturday
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Those who live in the Pacific Northwest should not comment . It will make all the hot RVers
want to come over and take over our camp sites. I don't miss those 100+ blowtorch degrees where I once was..
Agree! Plus we don't want them to think it is a nice place to live. Which it is.
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Agree! Plus we don't want them to think it is a nice place to live. Which it is.

96 degree's in Hemet CA more heat on the way. Leaving in 2 days for the coast. Driving up Hwy 101 through Northern CA and Oregon, will wind up in Graham WA. Hope to stay awhile!
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