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Our Morning Coffee and Weather

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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by Sir Henry » Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:52 pm

We had four inches of rain in June. I don’t wear a mask but Kermit does.
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by RanchRoper » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:24 pm

I am sure we had the same amount, it's been many days of it. But....not breathing smoke is a blessing this time of year. All good.
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by CT_Shooter » Wed Jul 01, 2020 7:17 am

The sun is shining this morning and Paige is once again laying in a sunbeam on the Living Room floor, but it won't last long. CT will once again have mostly cloudy skies with afternoon rain showers and scattered T-Storms. Temps will reach a high somewhere in the upper seventies.
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by cooperhawk » Wed Jul 01, 2020 8:31 am

Dumped three and a half inches out of my rain gauge yesterday.
No coffee or Oreo's this morning. :(
Had milk and pills instead. ;)

Got a Dentist visit in an hour. Maybe after that.

Took all my teeth yesterday and I woke up with all new plates and implants. :roll:

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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by BigAl52 » Wed Jul 01, 2020 8:45 am

A bowl of Life cereal cause Mikey likes it and a banana around the ole wagon on the prairie this am. Its 55 here headed to 89. The last month of work has started and the 30 day countdown has to.
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by RanchRoper » Wed Jul 01, 2020 8:59 am

50's here headed to 70. Rain has stopped and sun trying to come out. Not much doing today, but tomorrow we are off to Calgary. Wife has a painting class she likes to go to (more of a social thing with the gals), and I am driving her. I have to get 5 cans of wood stain that is only available in the city. I will be staining the house and deck this weekend. Approx a 3 day job.
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by CT_Shooter » Wed Jul 01, 2020 9:00 am

cooperhawk wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 8:31 am
Took all my teeth yesterday and I woke up with all new plates and implants. :roll:
Last summer, I had to have my failing twenty year old implants removed, and then I had to wait six months for the bone grafts to heal before they could be replaced. Got the new implants and temporary teeth in early November and the permanent teeth installed in late March. It was a really long process that cost me the price of a new car, but it was worth it; I can actually eat again! Good luck with yours, Coop.
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by markiver54 » Wed Jul 01, 2020 9:39 am

RanchRoper wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 8:59 am
50's here headed to 70. Rain has stopped and sun trying to come out. Not much doing today, but tomorrow we are off to Calgary. Wife has a painting class she likes to go to (more of a social thing with the gals), and I am driving her. I have to get 5 cans of wood stain that is only available in the city. I will be staining the house and deck this weekend. Approx a 3 day job.
Wish I had the ambition that you and your wife possess.
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by JEBar » Wed Jul 01, 2020 9:42 am

following a night of being on the fringe of bands of strong thunderstorms we awoke to a somewhat overcast sky .... 64 degrees with 94% humidity .... supposed to hit 87 later today with (thankfully) light for South Dakota wind and at most a 15% chance of more thunderstorms .... as usual, sausage, eggs, Folgers kicking off the day
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Re: Our Morning Coffee and Weather

Post by RanchRoper » Wed Jul 01, 2020 9:56 am

The logs require maintenance, and the deck only got 1 coat when it was new last year....so just gotta cowboy up and get it done. Not my favorite job so I convince myself that it is and get at it. :) Come by it honestly I guess, my 90 yr old mother still spends the day in her yard cutting bushes and pulling weeds, then bags them and drags them out to the end of the driveway for pickup. She broke her elbow a couple of years ago and didn't notice for 2 weeks when she finally admitted it was a nuisance and went to the doctor. Tough lady.
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