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    Question So much for 'Spring has Sprung.'

    0630 .. step out side for a quick smoke, hit in the face with freezing air! 26 degrees!!
    When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost. - Billy Graham"

  2. Default Re: So much for 'Spring has Sprung.'

    Well, Fred. I'm in Bend for about a month and it was snowing on Friday.

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    Default Re: So much for 'Spring has Sprung.'

    Good friend lives in Bend and he was making a similar comment in a e-mail. Early morning temps have gone up to the mid-40's with a high of mid 50.

    A little warmer would be GOOD!

    fae
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    Default Re: So much for 'Spring has Sprung.'

    Come down here we were in the mid 90's already last week, with high humidity on top.

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    Default Re: So much for 'Spring has Sprung.'

    Quote Originally Posted by flyminded View Post
    Come down here we were in the mid 90's already last week, with high humidity on top.
    One of the beauties of living in my bit in Southern Oregon is the higher the air temp the lower the humidity. During the hight of Summer we can easily get into the high 90's but the humidity will be pretty close to zero. Well not that low but close.

    To warm for you ... mountain fishing is 15 minutes away.

    fae
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    Default Re: So much for 'Spring has Sprung.'

    Mt. Washington in NH had 30" of new snow on Sunday.
    This Thursday the temperature is forecast to be 90.
    Spring must have happened somewhere in between.
    Today is always the first day of the rest of your life.
    Use it wisely.

    Paul

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    Default Re: So much for 'Spring has Sprung.'

    Quote Originally Posted by fredaevans View Post
    One of the beauties of living in my bit in Southern Oregon is the higher the air temp the lower the humidity. During the hight of Summer we can easily get into the high 90's but the humidity will be pretty close to zero. Well not that low but close.

    To warm for you ... mountain fishing is 15 minutes away.

    fae
    Smiles - end of the month I head for the mountains - well Appalachian Mountains, not quite Western, for 3 months......less crowds and just about no humidity, can sleep with the windows open again.

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