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    Hmm just 155 in SoCal

    Damn is hot! Palm Springs weather. How hot where you are?


    Edit: damn typo!!

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    Might as well be.

    And guess whose AC stopped working last night?
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    Brutal man! It does feel like 155 outside LOL! went to get Poke for lunch, by the time I got home, I was not feeling well. My car's ac just broke a few days ago. I just ate a minute ago WAY too hot!

    No power outages in my area, but by 9am it was already 95 this morning.

    If I want to ride tomorrow, it will be EARLY!
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    Great day for a ride.
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    Right? And no water! As mentioned in a thread a while back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Right? And no water! As mentioned in a thread a while back.

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    Some guy said water was overrated, and a fashion statement. Lol I wish I could think of the thread.
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    LOL
    Alrighty then. I guess the earth would do just fine without it. Probably a flat earth / landing on the moon was fake believer.
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    You mean 115F, not 155F right?

    It hit 98 here in SE San Diego. I'll try to ride after 8 PM, but days (nights) like these suck for going uphill when it's so humid, it really drains your stamina climbing a hill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Some guy said water was overrated, and a fashion statement. Lol I wish I could think of the thread.

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    Supposedly Australians are making a beer that keeps you more hydrated instead of less, not sure if it is more hydrating than water itself. That would be pretty cool to hydrate out on the trail with beer instead of water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richj8990 View Post
    Supposedly Australians are making a beer that keeps you more hydrated instead of less, not sure if it is more hydrating than water itself. That would be pretty cool to hydrate out on the trail with beer instead of water.
    Now that would be my favorite after ride beer!

    110 here in Vegas right now.Just a little warm, going to put my hydration bladder in the freezer here in a few for tomorrow's ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Damn is hot! Palm Springs weather. How hot where you are?
    OMG that font, kill it with fire!!!



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    Today Ramona broke their all-time record high for any date: 117.

    And sadly, there are fires in east San Diego county that have burned down several homes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    OMG that font, kill it with fire!!!



    Lol!

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    It was 120 today in Furnace Creek and for the next few days to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richj8990 View Post
    You mean 115F, not 155F right?

    It hit 98 here in SE San Diego. I'll try to ride after 8 PM, but days (nights) like these suck for going uphill when it's so humid, it really drains your stamina climbing a hill.
    Yes, typo too hot to think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    OMG that font, kill it with fire!!!
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    Nice^^ Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Nice^^ Lol

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    lol Net!

    Sorry to derail your thread, JCD!



    I think we've gone here before, comic sans is a much better font, and probably equally hated by most.
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    Not much of a thread, but its funny we had discussed it before, is what made me lol..forgot about the font thing.
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    lol Net!

    Sorry to derail your thread, JCD!



    I think we've gone here before, comic sans is a much better font, and probably equally hated by most.
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    112* here today but it could have been worse..I was not in Palm Springs.

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    Laughlin was at 118 that place gets hot!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    112* here today but it could have been worse..




    Yes it could be worse, I welded all day in the heat.
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    Not supposed to get back down to 80 untill 6 a.m. at sea level in malibu..and earth is @94,500,000 miles from the sun today (farthest of the year)!!
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    Driving on the 405 at the Getty the car was reading 122! And by some strange,Oracle traffic was moving. 107 in Newport today, almost 90 now at 9:30. SUP on the water tomorrow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Some guy said water was overrated, and a fashion statement. Lol I wish I could think of the thread.

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    I remember that guy. derp.

    Been in the upper 80's for the past few weeks around here (Western NC). Unseasonably warm. Usually highs this time of year are in the low 80's. Had a front move through last night and temps are notably cooler. Most of the next week looks like it'll be down to more seasonable temps. Been a few weeks since I've been able to ride, with family being in town and all, so I'll be getting out for a ride tomorrow. Should be super nice weather for that. Today, I'll be headed down to Oskar Blues for a beer release and meeting up with some friends (last night I went to New Belgium for some beer and a concert).

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    just getting home from work. I work out side and do not have AC in my truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    just getting home from work. I work out side and do not have AC in my truck.
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    Yeah, AC is over rated at those temps.

    Sounds like a goid time Harold, enjoy.
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    because of the heat I decided to go out and go fly fishing up north.
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    Looks like a relaxing day. Its going up to 95 today. Ill miss all that because Im headed to work where theres AC. Id rather be in your flippers though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richj8990 View Post
    Supposedly Australians are making a beer that keeps you more hydrated instead of less, not sure if it is more hydrating than water itself. That would be pretty cool to hydrate out on the trail with beer instead of water.
    Where do I send my money? Can't wait for beer in the hydration pack!

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    It's too hot, come inside..all you get's the french blink..actually it's ignore you, eyes closed w/ quick peek now and again to see if you're still there
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    I was up in the North Georgia mountains the last couple of days, rode up just across the line into Tennessee yesterday afternoon, mid '80s.

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    I like my eggs scrambled, please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    I was up in the North Georgia mountains the last couple of days, rode up just across the line into Tennessee yesterday afternoon, mid '80s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deerhill View Post
    It's too hot, come inside..all you get's the french blink..actually it's ignore you, eyes closed w/ quick peek now and again to see if you're still there

    We had St Bernards and people would ask how can those dogs here in the desert. They would lay in the sun all day and then get in the pool. My dog now goes and lays out when it's really hot.

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    Oh, it's on..the "french blink" is just a dare..this pigling faked a pee to get outside in the sun..see the goofy smile? -I'm not go'in back inside until I get this cold AC off me!

    Closer you get, more he starts to roll..and when you try to pick'em up, he's on his back (almost impossible to pick up)..ninja wouldn't get past the radar, I'm not sure he even needs the eyes and bet he can hear you reading this right now!
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    ATTIC FAN

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    First week of winter and a balmy 24 degrees C here on Friday, back down to a high of about 18 degrees C over the weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachman1961 View Post
    ATTIC FAN

    That's what I wanna do.
    Attic fans are GNARLY! When it's running it sounds like standing next to a prop plane, freaking LOUD.

    But they are effective. You can suck all of the hot air out of your dwelling in about 5 minutes or so. After that, turn it off and turn the A/C on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    because of the heat I decided to go out and go fly fishing up north.
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    People always ask, why dont you get your ac fixed? its not that it is broken it just doesnt have it.
    Nice!

    That looks like willow springs lake. I've been taking the kids there in the canoe, we've been hauling in the trout.

    I hate to brag, but when i rode from the paleo site to the top of the rim on 260 last night, i almost had to stop and put on a jacket, it got so cold.

    (Trails are still closed, had to do a road ride)

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    woods canyon. yea everything is closed up there
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    And here I am complaining about the days we had at 97 degrees Fahrenheit and 80% humidity in St. Louis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milesofsmiles View Post
    Attic fans are GNARLY! When it's running it sounds like standing next to a prop plane, freaking LOUD.

    But they are effective. You can suck all of the hot air out of your dwelling in about 5 minutes or so. After that, turn it off and turn the A/C on.
    Thnx for the comments.

    Had friends in MI that had one and it really rumbled and took in the air but even there with the humidity, it seemed to work nice for those few minutes of noise- it did it's thing.

    I've heard and suspected they work even better here in CO. Just haven't put my mind and time to finding the right source / installer. We want to add roof vents as our roof sweats in winter too. We had a/c in MI but since 93 here, we have not. I think this the way to go. I can usually keep the house around 10 degrees cooler than oa. til late afternoon. Evenings can be low 80's inside as the temp drops 10 or more outside. Seems like running that set up for 5 to 15 minutes would feel like instant results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Yes, typo too hot to think.

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    Well JCD you will be proud of me...I think...because it's so hot here, I don't want to ride dirt trails (well I do but), so I'll go across the street tonight and do a couple of gravel jogging trails on the bike. It's a good climb too, around 600 feet in maybe 12 min. So yes I'm riding on gravel, I admit it. It's a substitute in this weather...
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    Lol, nice! Its a good change of pace for sure. It doesn't always have to be one way. I also enjoy switching bikes, from 780s to drops, a whole different ride, but still a ride. Glad you enjoyed it.

    Let me know when you start shopping for a gravel bike..
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    Well JCD you will be proud of me...I think...because it's so hot here, I don't want to ride dirt trails (well I do but), so I'll go across the street tonight and do a couple of gravel jogging trails on the bike. It's a good climb too, around 600 feet in maybe 12 min. So yes I'm riding on gravel, I admit it. It's a substitute in this weather...
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    Its been hotter than hell here as well, Northern Colorado. Yesterday evening I was driving along at about 8:45 pm and it was 93 degrees. Off in the distant mountains a thunder and lightening storm localized to a small area. Quite a sight so I filmed a short clip of it. There was quite a bit more I missed filming but I think you get the idea. Funny how you can see the rain, it never made it down to my area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Its been hotter than hell here as well, Northern Colorado. Yesterday evening I was driving along at about 8:45 pm and it was 93 degrees. Off in the distant mountains a thunder and lightening storm localized to a small area. Quite a sight so I filmed a short clip of it. There was quite a bit more I missed filming but I think you get the idea. Funny how you can see the rain, it never made it down to my area.

    Nice shot DJ, love the lightning.
    Yep, this happens all the time here. A few days ago a huge storm cloud came over Pikes Peak and I was so happy. I was hoping it was going to pour. I heard a few rain drops hit the deck so I went out to stand in the rain. And that was it, about 10 rain drops then it stopped. The clouds moved out East pronto and the sun popped back out and it was 95 again.
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    after many days without rain, over 100, i know we finally got some desert rain. of course after a micro burst. was still 93 degrees out. If you have never smelled desert rain it is wonderful.

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    Thanks CUP-TON, I never get sick of and Im always amazed at the crazy weather patterns along the mountain foothills in Colorado. The only place Ive lived where you can actually find it raining or hailing on one side of the street and sunny in the other.

    azimiut, great shot, and yes youre right about the distinct smell a desert rain has, Love it.
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    DJ, Parts of az are like that. I've had it rain only in my front yard and be bone dry in the back yard only 40ft away.

    The smell of wet creosote aka greasewood aka chaparral bush smells great. Really interesting plant but that's for another topic.

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    A friend sent me a picture of his morning mountain ride. this was the ambient temperature in encino Ca. He also had full leathers on. Brutal.
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    Second day of rain storms. Got almost an inch

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    Well that was a short tease. I was hoping to see desert dwelling critters floating down the street.
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