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I can finally open the garage door now without freezing to death! Hooray for Spring!
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With a set-up like that Deb we're all going to expect some great things from you this spring and summer!

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Greetings back to the land of the living!!! I lived in Wyoming for a number of years and spring, all be it short, was always welcome. Looks to me you have a well equipped shop ready to meet with you again. Have fun and stay safe.

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Glad to hear it's getting up above the freezing point up there, Deb.

Spring here in New Mexico means windy season, so I tend to keep the garage door closed, lest the 40mph "breeze" sucks the tools out of the shop.

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Would ya just look at all that neat stuff in Deb's garage
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Is there a difference between spring, winter, summer, and what is the last on they seam all the same here. LOL
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Uh-oh, here come the Aussies braggin' about their weather.

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Glad to see your thawing out. Is your shop heated or do you just shut down in the winter?

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Glad to hear it's getting up above the freezing point up there, Deb.

Spring here in New Mexico means windy season, so I tend to keep the garage door closed, lest the 40mph "breeze" sucks the tools out of the shop.
Hey Ralph,
Just west of ya, yesterday we had 45 mph steady, gusts to 70. Lost power for several hours. Scary when your using a table saw and the power goes off....then back on...then off again.
I quit. Went to the house.

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Scary when your using a table saw and the power goes off....then back on...then off again.
I quit. Went to the house.
Yeah, watching the bouncing power ball is no fun in the middle of a cut. The gusts here only got up to around 60mph. But, I'm lucky - the power is underground.

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