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Thread: Cold in Corvallis

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    Ray, you dress like my wife! It can be 72 degrees in here and she's got two sweatshirts, a robe and a blanket all going at the same time. I really do feel for folks that are that sensitive to the cold, because being cold is a totally miserable experience. Stay warm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddavelarsen View Post
    Ray, you dress like my wife! It can be 72 degrees in here and she's got two sweatshirts, a robe and a blanket all going at the same time. I really do feel for folks that are that sensitive to the cold, because being cold is a totally miserable experience. Stay warm!
    I think our wives may be related? Only my wife also wears gloves and the Carhart winter work vest I bought for her underneath her full length black wool coat with a hood and fur lining!

    It was 65 degrees here during the day yesterday! She looks like a Eskimo all bundled up! LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinoknives View Post
    I think our wives may be related? Only my wife also wears gloves and the Carhart winter work vest I bought for her underneath her full length black wool coat with a hood and fur lining!

    It was 65 degrees here during the day yesterday! She looks like a Eskimo all bundled up! LOL.

    Laurence

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    Laurence
    LOL Laurence, I do think they're related!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddavelarsen View Post
    Ray, you dress like my wife! It can be 72 degrees in here and she's got two sweatshirts, a robe and a blanket all going at the same time. I really do feel for folks that are that sensitive to the cold, because being cold is a totally miserable experience. Stay warm!
    Dave, I was never like that until the heart problems and the bypass. I think all the med's I take to stay alive could have something to do with me not tolerating cold weather like I use to. The one thing I like is when it does start to warm up 40's feel almost balmy. I think tomorrow we may see some 40's.

    Laurence, My wife was always cold but now she handles it better than me. I think they get warmer when they age.... In southern Cal 65 is a cold day. I was born and raised in the San Diego area.
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    -4 here yesterday coldest it's been in ten years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond Richard View Post
    Dave, I was never like that until the heart problems and the bypass. I think all the med's I take to stay alive could have something to do with me not tolerating cold weather like I use to. The one thing I like is when it does start to warm up 40's feel almost balmy. I think tomorrow we may see some 40's.

    Laurence, My wife was always cold but now she handles it better than me. I think they get warmer when they age.... In southern Cal 65 is a cold day. I was born and raised in the San Diego area.
    It froze in S.D. a couple of nights ago. I lived in Pacific Beach for over 16 years.

    What took you to Oregon? Your wife or work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinoknives View Post
    It froze in S.D. a couple of nights ago. I lived in Pacific Beach for over 16 years.

    What took you to Oregon? Your wife or work?

    Laurence

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    Part of the reason for moving up here is after I got back from Nam I never felt at home in San Diego. I moved up here in 76, a few years after I got married. It was a good move but each year the cold bothers me more. While I was in the army my parents located in OB. Did spend time in PB.

    DP, I have never experienced -4 and don't care to.
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    My pastor is from Ruby, Alaska. I've heard him tell stories about walking outside and throwing the coffee out of a cup into the air and it freezes before it hits the ground. It gets down to -50 up there. He's also told stories about other fluids freezing before they hit the ground too...

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    Peter, Are you spending the amount time you need to be studying?
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    Of course I am! No knifemaking to distract me. : )

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