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36* here in Steamboat

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its likely we will get to below freezing by later this week....

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Pool is still above 80* here

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35 here this morning at 4900 feet on the Wasatch Back by Snowbasin :D

Time to yank the tomatoes off the vine even if they aren't ripe.

Also, FANTASTIC mountain biking weather!

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35 here this morning at 4900 feet on the Wasatch Back by Snowbasin :D

Time to yank the tomatoes off the vine even if they aren't ripe.

Also, FANTASTIC mountain biking weather!

 

 

FRIED GREEN TOMATO TIME!

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24, "feels like 32".  Celsius though :D ( 32 C = 89.6 F)

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FRIED GREEN TOMATO TIME!


I might just have to do that!

 

And I'm so grateful it's NOT 32 celsius here--ready for that stuff to be over with. Fall is in the air and I'm loving it!

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Driving around San Diego today the car thermometer said it was 105 degrees out.  I hate September in So Cal.

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I hear Whistler/Blackcomb has snow last week.

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Driving around San Diego today the car thermometer said it was 105 degrees out.  I hate September in So Cal.


Having come from there just over a year ago, I hear ya. We lived right on the coast in San Pedro and had no AC. Sept and Oct SUCKED.

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ahh its quilt weather......  Open up the windows get the room into the 50's at night !!!!  

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October and November are actually two of the nicest weather months in San Diego.  Where I live in Coronado, we call that period "Locals Summer" as it is nice out, the surf starts pumping and the tourists are all gone until Christmas.

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Here in Phoenix it got down to 80 degrees the other evening and everyone was posting on FB about how they were finally able to open their windows.  Back up to 105 today.  I did have a nice swim.

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Down near 50 this morning here on the bay of the Coos. Brush fire next to one the courses at Bandon Dunes though that has closed the courses for a couple of days and really irritated the tourists (think the LCC road being closed for avalanche danger due to the big dump and you are in SLC).

 

Have to work for a few days anyway; we all have our burdens.

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Here in Phoenix it got down to 80 degrees the other evening and everyone was posting on FB about how they were finally able to open their windows.  Back up to 105 today.  I did have a nice swim.


I live at the beach and it is 95 degrees today.  A few more days of September heat and then it should start to cool down starting next week.  I hate it over 75 degrees.  I need to go surfing.

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Anyone thinking that Canada is the land of ice......should come here.  Still stinking hot AND humid.  So hot that I've been on the bike just once in the last 2 weeks.  

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I wouldn't be opposed to considering nuclear options for breaking down the ridge if it sticks around this winter.

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42 this morning outside of Durango, finally. I was sweltering under the down comforter all summer. Some nights it only got down into the low 50s. I need to move to a cooler climate...
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36 degrees on my motorcycle this morning. Even with heated grips, it's still a wee bit chilly. 

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Did anyone else initially read the title as 36", and get terribly excited?

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Hah, that was my first thought too! I almost fell out of my chair in the cube farm when I read the subject line.

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