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    Today the temperature is 40 degrees cooler than it was Tuesday (107) and 30 degrees cooler than yesterday( 97). Can you dig it. 67 degrees here in Big D.......Work shop here I come!!!!!!!
    Last edited by Pajaro; 09-15-2011, 08:30 AM.


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    Funny thing Pete, I thought of you when I heard the temp on news today. Happy scrolling.
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      Good to be back into a much cooler shop I'll bet. I have gotten used to using two floor fans to help cool me down.
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