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    We've had a cool front move in, highs in the low 90s, lows in the low 60s....I sweated my butt off yesterday out in the woods filling feeders & on the tractor eating dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    I sweated my butt off yesterday out in the woods filling feeders & on the tractor eating dust.
    Plow with the wind in your face.........

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    My brother is at Ft Sam Houston and said it has been terrible. Hope you guys get some relief soon!!
    Last edited by 25contender; 06-30-2013 at 09:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25contender View Post
    Hope you guys get some relief soon!!
    Yea, me to. It got up to 108 or so here today, you only have a few hours in the morning "first light till around noon" to do anything outside then back in the house !!!! I'm forced to work in the heat during the week so i'm not about to stay in it on the weekend.

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    High of about 85 today, and a little breezy. Almost to chilly to swim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    Yea, me to. It got up to 108 or so here today, you only have a few hours in the morning "first light till around noon" to do anything outside then back in the house !!!! I'm forced to work in the heat during the week so i'm not about to stay in it on the weekend.
    I hear that! As nice as it would be to sleep in a bit on the weekends you have to get up around 4 and get your chit done by nine. The rest of the day is inside work. Im not sure about the highs here in vegas but its been pretty miserable. This is the first year Ill admit to being whooped by the heat. My younger years it never slowed me down. I remember playing football on the pavement and it hit 118 when I was younger. Im having my swimming pool replastered at the moment. I feel like a puppy in a window waiting for completion so I can go play!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    High of about 85 today, and a little breezy. Almost to chilly to swim.
    Rub it in why don't ya.............

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    It hit 113+ both days this weekend, plus it's more humid outside than normal. So, the swamp coolers didn't work very well, but they're all we have, so it was 85+ and muggy inside the house. If we didn't have ceiling fans, we would have been better off outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    High of about 85 today, and a little breezy. Almost to chilly to swim.
    Yeah, suppose to be nice all week. Not going to break 85.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    Plow with the wind in your face.........
    Bush hogging...can't get away from that dust cloud when there's no air moving in the woods

 

 

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