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    New Member across_texas's Avatar
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    Lol the cold in central Texas is the high for most people. Gotta hike a good bit to get cold.totally worth it thou.

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    Its 70* at 6am here. Looking forward to some chilly nights

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    I concur. Bring on the cold. I cant wait hopefully we have a snowier and colder winter then we did last here here on the East coast.
    Sometimes I like to hike and think, And sometimes I just like to hike.

    Hiking is'ent about waiting for the storm to pass its about learning to hike in the rain.

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    Ahhh, Louisiana, cool weather, what's that? I am trying to figure out how to get a hammock made out of this material.

    http://www.froggtoggs.com/?cooling

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    Quote Originally Posted by WetRivrRat View Post
    it supposed to hit 69* up here in N-FL one day this week overnight...
    LIES! Don't tease me like that.

    Three straight days of triple digit temps this past week. I so want to get out and go camping but I am guessing another four weeks. We really need a cold winter to kill off all the mosquitoes as well.

    --louis

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    Fall is my favorite weather of the year. High's in the seventies , low's in the forties. It could stay like this as far as i'm concerned but winter is just around the corner.

    bill
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    Quote Originally Posted by Debi Jaytee View Post
    I'll trade ya! We don't get nearly enough summer. The leaves are already changing and the temps are getting pretty chilly at night
    Now that I've geared up pretty well for winter hammock hanging, I am the opposite. I want to have the view that non-Canadians have for Canada. Namely 9 months of winter with 3 months of bad skiing.

    I want at least 1 meter of snow to stay in Southern Ontario from mid December through the end of March.

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    I am sooooo looking forward to some deep winter hanging. Getting Hickery to come up for a journey this year. We have done it a lot in the past in tent days.
    Cold winter prediction......http://www.accuweather.com/en/weathe...r-the-mi/55832
    Pulk up and snowshoes on.
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    +1 for cooler weather. Ground never froze in NW GA last yr - hoping we get a real winter this yr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowAlpha View Post
    +1 for cooler weather. Ground never froze in NW GA last yr - hoping we get a real winter this yr.
    Count me in! Not only did the ground not freeze,but there were only a handfull nights below 32deg.Winter-no bugs,less sweat and fewer people.

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