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Old 09-12-2015, 11:10 AM   #1
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It can't be to far off. Woke up this morning to 39 degrees.
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Old 09-12-2015, 12:05 PM   #2
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It can't be to far off. Woke up this morning to 39 degrees.
yep 70 here and only getting up to the mid 80's
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We are in south-east Ohio right now and it is 54 degrees.
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Old 09-12-2015, 03:03 PM   #4
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yep 70 here and only getting up to the mid 80's
Oooh, I'm sorry.
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Old 09-12-2015, 03:32 PM   #5
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Fall has arrived in Breckenridge and other parts of Colorado. It's Octoberfest weekend in town, started yesterday and the weather cooperated. People were really pumped about how pleasant it was. Went over the pass (Hoosier) today to the storage lot to winterize the Fox Mountain and bring the Canyon Trail home to prep for our fall trip starting Monday. Saw some great areas of changing aspen leaves. Will see more color on our way to Navajo Lake State Park, then to Bluff, UT, Ridgway, CO (yes, Frank, the annual return) and finish at Fruita, CO to winterize. 4 weeks +/-. C'mon Monday!
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Old 09-12-2015, 05:08 PM   #6
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Yep, cool here. Going out to Perrot state park in Oct. Will pack warm.
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Fall approaching, yeah! 81 this morning at 5
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If this keeps up I will have winterize some time in November. Does any body know how to turn off the AC
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If this keeps up I will have winterize some time in November. Does any body know how to turn off the AC
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You are a Heartless man...You know if all us Northerners moved down South the extra weight would cause Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, possibly Georgia & Florida to sink into the Gulf of Mexico...
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You are a Heartless man...You know if all us Northerners moved down South the extra weight would cause Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, possibly Georgia & Florida to sink into the Gulf of Mexico...
Not only that. It's just not a place I would want to live in the summer.
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You are a Heartless man...You know if all us Northerners moved down South the extra weight would cause Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, possibly Georgia & Florida to sink into the Gulf of Mexico...
Gee whizz are you running for congress But for you folks up there Ralley in Oct and than on this spring
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Gee whizz are you running for congress
Nope but it's a great gig, pay the rest of your life, best health care our money can buy, and you don't have to do anything...
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Haven't seen much color change in the trees here but the deer have taken off that nice brown coat and put on the gray one. The pink stuff is getting stocked on the store shelves. It will be nice to get a day of rain here in Washington to help slow down some of the local fires burning.
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