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Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
12-25-2021, 01:20 AM,
#11
RE: Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
Low in the garage this morning was 62F, high was 71F this afternoon, in the shop it was 73F pretty much all day, didn't need any gloves.
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12-25-2021, 01:22 AM,
#12
RE: Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
50 here today but the wind kept thins pretty miserable
A wise man can always be found alone. A weak man can always be found in a crowd.
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12-25-2021, 11:17 AM,
#13
RE: Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
Anything over 45 degrees this time of year and I'm sweating my @$$ off! My skin has thickened up pretty much by the middle of November. When I'm out in my shop working and it hits 40 degrees my hat, gloves and jacket come off right quick. When it hits 50 degrees I’m down to a t-shirt and my dog is looking for a place in the shade.

I don't see how you people survive 73 degrees this time of year.
Jim Kluskens
aka Distant Thunder
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12-25-2021, 12:37 PM,
#14
RE: Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
It's just not right with no snow on Christmas

I was cutting wood slabs the other day I was down to a T shirt. Just not right for December after sweating all summer....Grass is still green.....
Merry Christmas
Kurt


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The reason a dog has so many friends is because he wags his tail instead of his tongue.
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12-25-2021, 02:05 PM,
#15
RE: Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
That looks pretty good to me, Kurt!

It's a beautiful day up here, in fact I’m going out to do some shooting with my .44-77 and just maybe my .270 Win. if I have enough daylight. The wind is up but that don’t bother a good shooter. These loads have been sitting on my loading bench for a month now, if I don’t shoot them soon they’ll get stale! I’ll be trying for a 1 inch 5-shot group at 200 yards. What could possibly go wrong!

It’s 28 degrees outside right now and I can’t afford to waste these WARM days!
Jim Kluskens
aka Distant Thunder
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12-25-2021, 03:39 PM,
#16
RE: Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
.. Weeds to spray, then some mowing and hopefully a little casting with my latest Brooks mould. 60 F here at 6.30 am and heading for a top of 91/92F . Thats actually pretty moderate for these parts around this time of year. 98+ being
the norm through to mid to late February. Dont think I'll be seeing snow here anytime soon. Even Zack is running " cooler" temperatures for a change...but then it is winter for you guys. Keep us posted on your shoot results Jim... always interesting to see. Merry Christmas to all and blessings of the season.. as our Boxing day gets going.

J.B.
" Don't know where I'm going but there's no sense being late " !
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12-28-2021, 02:56 PM,
#17
RE: Anyone know this hard holding Gal??????
Ahhh, finally


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