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Old 12-06-2018, 09:19 AM
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Default Winter sux ;-)

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Old 12-06-2018, 10:44 AM
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Not here, it's the best time of the year to boat in Paradise......
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And I just took my Bimini tops of the boats, don't need them this time of year....
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Winter definitely doesn't suck. Braap !



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It probably sounds crazy but living in a hot climate all year round, I actually miss the seasons. Just once I'd like to wake up to a chilly morning with frost on the grass. Maybe have to wear more than shorts and a T-shirt every day and even buy a pair of long pants!

Life's still pretty good, with or without snow.

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Old 12-06-2018, 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by rak rua View Post
It probably sounds crazy but living in a hot climate all year round, I actually miss the seasons. Just once I'd like to wake up to a chilly morning with frost on the grass. Maybe have to wear more than shorts and a T-shirt every day and even buy a pair of long pants!

Life's still pretty good, with or without snow.

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Yes actually that does sound crazy!!! As I sit here at work wearing three sets of long johns, a sweatshirt, two coats, two sets of gloves and two hats I can tell you you certainly have lost your mind!! LOL

P.S. and I'm still f-in cold!
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I'm hibernating only for another 4 months..
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Originally Posted by rak rua View Post
It probably sounds crazy but living in a hot climate all year round, I actually miss the seasons. Just once I'd like to wake up to a chilly morning with frost on the grass. Maybe have to wear more than shorts and a T-shirt every day and even buy a pair of long pants!

Life's still pretty good, with or without snow.

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Take a trip up here .I'll take you to a pretty cold / wintery place only a little more than hr drive from my house.

This was a few weeks ago. You should see it late Jan / Early Feb

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That's a bit out there ^^^^^ We're in winter here at the moment, looks something like this.......
(Before anyone asks, I know it says "10 day forecast" but Thais can't count. They actually show 14 days but I cut the bottom of on my screenshot)



Something in between your extremes and my balmy climate would do nicely for a day or two!
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Originally Posted by rak rua View Post
It probably sounds crazy but living in a hot climate all year round, I actually miss the seasons. Just once I'd like to wake up to a chilly morning with frost on the grass. Maybe have to wear more than shorts and a T-shirt every day and even buy a pair of long pants!

Life's still pretty good, with or without snow.

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I don't think I would be sleeping so well when a military dictator is running the country, but whatever floats your boat
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