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This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

Stick....
Forget the primal scream, just ROAR!!!
"SNORK Mountain Congressional Library and Taxidermy”
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Stick looks like you been to west Texas with your camera and didn't even stop by.

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the mailbox tells the grim story . . .

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Nice pictures that get the message out. They are announcing 35 to 40 degree weather here in south western Quebec for the next few days and I knocked my heat pomp of the brackets on Monday while cutting the grass. I hope the repair team will show up today. 35 Celsius is about 102 Fahrenheit and quite humid also. I don't think it can melt construction cones though !
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I think it was on Monday? that the official temp in Death Valley, California was 128°F / 55.3333°C. The hottest temp ever recorded on earth was 134°F in Death Valley in 1938?

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I see you popped over here and gave a Koala a nice cool drink Stick.

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I am in the high desert of LA County CA and we got up to 114. I have felt just like the mailbox. hahaha

We are lucky here though. At night we have a 30F dip in temp and the evening and nights here are beautiful. I lived in Phoenix for a few years and wow. That place gets hot and stays hot.
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I was stationed at Lemoore NAS in the San Joaquin Valley for a couple of years. Both summers we had about a week when the temp stayed in triple digits day and night. When you walked through a parking lot you could smell the vinyl upholstery cooking.

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the fan is my favorite...
it may get into the upper 60's here today...
out on the plains is a totally different story...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Forget the primal scream, just ROAR!!!
"SNORK Mountain Congressional Library and Taxidermy”
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We were in Tucson last week and saw 114. Now, we're back home in the mountains and it's 74 with a nice breeze. A/C hasn't run for more than 15 minutes in the last month.
Sister in Chicago area says their high last week was 66! Weird weather patterns this year.

The first summer (1960) I was stationed in Tucson, it was 128 on the flight line. Of course, that was acres of concrete covered with shiny aluminum skinned airplanes.

I grew up on a farm in IL . We had a patch of pop corn that we harvested in August. Had a couple mules pulling a wagon that we loaded the ears on to. It got soooo hot that the pop corn began to pop. The mules thought it was snow and froze to death.

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