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WINTER, will it ever end?
#41
I took control of winter. I moved from Connecticut to perfect weather San Diego and never looked back.

- Mike
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#42
(04-14-2019, 12:17 AM)mach71351c Wrote: I took control of winter. I moved from Connecticut to perfect weather San Diego and never looked back.


So that’s how you do it. Lol

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#43
Well I spoke too soon! F'n snow again today. Just a trace, but it's still SNOW.
Oh well at least I got the Mustang out for a quick gallop yesterday.
Geoff.

I learn something new every day!
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#44
(04-14-2019, 12:17 AM)mach71351c Wrote: I took control of winter. I moved from Connecticut to perfect weather San Diego and never looked back.

 I've never been to San Diego, but my car lived there for a while before I bought it and brought it to our freezing winter temps. Poor thing!
Geoff.

I learn something new every day!
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#45
34 degrees and it has rained all day in Detroit. This weather stinks


John J
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#46
(04-14-2019, 01:09 PM)John J Wrote: 34 degrees and it has rained all day in Detroit. This weather stinks


John J

Sure does, but before too long, we'll be b**ching it's too hot!! Well, some will be.

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#47
I like the heat. You will never hear me compliant about the heat. Just more days to drive with the top down,

John J
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#48
In NJ winter has typically ended the last 10 yrs in late April or early May and we have not had much if any spring to speak of. We go from mid 40's to 90 very quickly !!!
With me its not of matter of if I'm going to leave to a warmer climate but when......
Thanks, Jay
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#49
(04-14-2019, 07:03 AM)jpaz Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 12:17 AM)mach71351c Wrote: I took control of winter. I moved from Connecticut to perfect weather San Diego and never looked back.


So that’s how you do it. Lol
 I must admit it's hard to celebrate Christmas when it's 70 degrees.  Big Grin

- Mike
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#50
Winter visited us on Saturday dumping a bunch of snow. It went below freezing over night and all melted on Sunday when the sun came out. There was enough precipitation to make a muddy mess at the car show I attended on Sunday. Needless to say I spent a lot of time after the car show cleaning the mud from the tires and fenders.

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