I AM READY FOR FALL

 
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Everyday is a GREAT day :)

Me Too

I'm also ready for Fall, even though we have just started to get really warm weather. I love the bush in the fall with all it's Autumn colors and the smells of decaying plant life. Grouse hunting is a tradition for me and I'll sure hate it when I'm too old to participate.

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summer first ...

I love the fall, but it would be nice if we had a little Summer first!!!

summer passed chicago by

summer passed chicago by

Summer

Have always loved Summer, but as I get older Fall is getting to be my favorite. Went to the park today with grandbabies and we all came home dripping wet!!
Live in Texas and it is HOT!

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

Ummmmmm

Yea it's hot in Texas this time of year!

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Hot?

Over 40 days of 100+ in San Antonio. That's warm.

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What Summer?

This year Summer has been more like Fall in Chicago. Its already August 13th, I still don't have any red tomatoes on my plants yet!

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Not bad now

Not bad now but the Pacific Northwest has been really hot and dry this summer. From June 1st to just the other day there was only one day with measurable rain at Sea-Tac airport in Seattle (1/4 inch).

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National Weather Service office in Phoenix says.....

"July 2009 was the 3rd hottest July for AZ"

Right now it is 93 degrees with a dewpoint of 61 degrees here in Phoenix. I am still wearing my flannel longjohns, earmuffs and gloves. I can't wait until the weather REALLY warms up!

I bet

Vegasbound wrote:

"July 2009 was the 3rd hottest July for AZ"

Right now it is 93 degrees with a dewpoint of 61 degrees here in Phoenix. I am still wearing my flannel longjohns, earmuffs and gloves. I can't wait until the weather REALLY warms up!

And someone moves in all the empty home as well!

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Beautiful summer

It's been the nicest summer I can remember in the Chicago area in over 30 years. My July electric bill was at April levels, reflecting that the CAC has hardly been needed at all. My CAC had its annual service recently and as I expected, the CAC service guys and installers are hurtin' cowboys in the Chicago area. No business at all, my guy said.

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JMoo On

it's been simply perfect and very comfortable

dagarmain I agree with you, same here in Cleveland!

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Oh my gosh....

aren't we a bored lot that all we have to discuss is the weather? smile

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Fall

I too am ready for the glorious season known in the heavens as Fall. Can you tell its my favorite season? Because it is. smile

Me too

I am tired of the hot humid days of summer.

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rkaufmann87 wrote:

aren't we a bored lot that all we have to discuss is the weather? smile

I've heard that people talk about the weather when they don't have anything else to say!

texas heat

I'm sick of all these 100F+ degree days here in TX. I want summer to be over!

Also Missed

dockster wrote:

summer passed chicago by

It also missed Long Island.

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Great avatar!

shipwreck wrote:

I'm sick of all these 100F+ degree days here in TX. I want summer to be over!

shipwreck...

Great avater. Col. Jack O'Neill would be pleased.

(Yeah, I know he became a general in the eighth season, but that's when the series fell apart...)

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Getting Early Start

Going to Ouray 4wheeling Sept 20th for four days to see the fall foliage. Going through Taos, Summitville Ghost Town Road. After Ouray going to Alpine Tunnel, Palisades, Hancock Pass, and St Elmo, then to Boulder area to visit friends.

September in Colorado at over 12,000 feet is cool.

Too hot

It will hit 90 here in Minneapolis today,, That is about 25 degrees to hot for me! Bring on Fall!

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Wishing for the 90 degree days

Austin, TX have had 50+ days of 100 degree weather. And no relief in sight. And when we see rain in the area, it always for some reason leaves us dry. A weather guy showed a map with recent rainfall. Everybody has gotten some rain. But it showed a donut hole right over Austin. Other parts of the country get flooded, we don't get anything. We will enter stage two water rationing on Aug 24th.

Please send some of your nice summer weather and some of that water from the skies!!! It does feel weird to wish for rain, but that is what we do.

JCA

SG1

jkaplan wrote:
shipwreck wrote:

I'm sick of all these 100F+ degree days here in TX. I want summer to be over!

shipwreck...

Great avater. Col. Jack O'Neill would be pleased.

(Yeah, I know he became a general in the eighth season, but that's when the series fell apart...)

Jack is Da man!

smile

Fall already?

Too cold here in Canada. It seems like it will going straight from winter to spring to fall. No summer at all. At least there are no mosquito to swat.

can't wait

Spent 1/2 of August moving in 90-100 degree weather, so can't wait for 70's or lower temperatures!