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empty_nest

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Posted: 02/14/21 04:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Up until last Thursday I was in shorts and flip flops. It's really cold here in south Texas right now, but they tell me it's a once in 20 years event. No big deal! We sill like it here!


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Ivylog

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Like I first posted “Time to pick on my friends in S TX.” Granted this one is colder than normal but unfortunately I’m able to do something this and have for many years. If I hadn’t grown up in WPB I might be freezing with you in TX.


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On a serious note: I hope you are staying warm and that the lights are on. Fortunately a RV is self contained so you should be better off than most during this record cold.

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JKJavelin wrote:

We're dry camping in the Everglades and it's too **** hot! The low last night was about 75.
Give me some pity...
JK


That is what we call a cool night in Texas in the summer. Low temps around 85 are normal in the Dallas area in July and August.


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