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    They say Wisconsin is going to be the new Arkansas.

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    Better stock up on shoes then!

    I'm kidding, we all wear shoes...sometimes.
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    I can't even imagine, I'm grumbling about a not too humid 90ish situation out here.

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    20 Celcius is about as high as it gets here and it's hardly been sunny all summer

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    My AC has been running non-stop all summer.I went to mount a blade in a handle today in my basement but it was so cold that my T-88 epoxy would not set,I had to move into the kitchen to finish the job.

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    Typhoon just blew through. Cooled everything off nicely. For now.
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Typhoon just blew through. Cooled everything off nicely. For now.
    I hope that typhoon heads up over to Seoul. Been baking here. Half my plants have dried up and died. On the plus side, lots of girls around in their summer dresses and shorts.

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    lol we could use a typhoon. Just found out this morning that all our trees are going into dormancy and dropping leaves because of the drought. I haven't mowed in like 4 weeks, and the grass is the same height.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    lol we could use a typhoon. Just found out this morning that all our trees are going into dormancy and dropping leaves because of the drought. I haven't mowed in like 4 weeks, and the grass is the same height.
    Only my sprinkler system is preventing this. Lots of dead (actually dead) trees here due to the drought and heat combo. I'm not liking my water bills though.
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    Flew into Portland on Saturday from MN.

    103 degrees... ay Carumba, Alice!

    Would still take the hot dry air over the humid upper midwest.

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