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Travis you wouldn't be saying this if you lived where I do. We get only about 5 months of good weather and only 2 1/2 months of warmer to hot. When we pile on layers we use down filled coats etc. Too cold for too long. I welcome warmer and hot weather, I'll suffer a sun burn, just don't get enough warm weather north of your border, not state border.

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Cows are liking all the grass, seedheads sprouting up everywhere, and needing to mow everytime you blink.

2 hours ago, Willy M said:

Travis you wouldn't be saying this if you lived where I do. We get only about 5 months of good weather and only 2 1/2 months of warmer to hot. When we pile on layers we use down filled coats etc. Too cold for too long. I welcome warmer and hot weather, I'll suffer a sun burn, just don't get enough warm weather north of your border, not state border.

I got sunburn on my arms today from mowing, not terrible just a little pink.

 

@kenfain  I'm sure you remember the summer of 2011? The spigot shut off for A WHILE

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8 hours ago, Travis said:

Cows are liking all the grass, seedheads sprouting up everywhere, and needing to mow everytime you blink.

I got sunburn on my arms today from mowing, not terrible just a little pink.

 

@kenfain  I'm sure you remember the summer of 2011? The spigot shut off for A WHILE

Yeah, it does get dry in the summer. It's funny watching all those cool fronts, bouncing off our high pressure bubble, that typically surrounds the entire state. That bubble hasn't really formed yet this year, so we've had actual weather, like the rest of the U.S. And its sure been nice.

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