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papabear1
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Brrrrrr

Post by papabear1 » Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:48 am

Alright you guys up north I give up,
you can have you're cold freezing weather back. :P
its -3 here this morning and that's too cold for this old man, :cry:
so you made you're point, so please take it back. :lol:

Dave :mrgreen:

P.S. we are supposed to be in the 50 ish range thur. :D
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Re: Brrrrrr

Post by hankenhunter » Tue Jan 16, 2018 5:01 pm

We're getting a nice warm breeze from Alaska of all places. I wandered out the the garbage bin in my pajamas this morning. :D The deer sure like it.
Keep warm,
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Post by vixenmaster » Tue Jan 16, 2018 5:31 pm

Yup its sure nippy n i have been splittin firewood rounds today n it took several hrs to get the cabin warm. I prefer 35 to 70 degree temps year around n it seems i must live in the wrong part of the country :)
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Post by vixenmaster » Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:51 am

We ran out of propane in the bedroom cabin. So we are in the ki-tchen cabin wid the wood stove. Mrs. havin a fitful sleep. I have been up since 5 am yesterday. Been feedin this stove so all of my girls can sleep at least abit warmer. Its -2 now n i spect to see -4 about 7:30 am durn this is abit cold fer a southern boy
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Re: Brrrrrr

Post by xcaliber » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:39 am

Hang in there Mike, warmer weather coming in tomorrow. Snuggle up with the Missus when you have time between cutting & feeding the wood burner.
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Re: Brrrrrr

Post by papabear1 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:40 am

its -6 here this morning, staying in to keep warm, cut all my firewood last spring so I am still in good shape for this cold spell,
gonna be 60 by sunday and rain , :roll: PS I don't go out in my jammies, don't want the deer to laugh themselves to death..... :lol: :lol: :oops:

Dave :roll:
2010 equinox,
known as doe bow
vixenmaster custom string
swacker bhs, 2/1/4" cut 120 grn.
xx75 Easton 2219,s
firebolt arrows
S5 pads
if it ain't broke don't fix it
be safe in all you do
see ya in the woods
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Re: Brrrrrr

Post by robertyb » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:51 am

I am in NW GA and it was 12 degrees this morning with wind chill down to -15 degrees. I thought i lived in the South but am keeping an eye out for migrating Caribou this morning just in case. :lol:
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