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Pat Riot, SASS #13748

In my garage this morning...HOT & Muggy

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I went out at 06:30 to do some reload prep. Trying a new (to me) powder called Sport Pistol in 9mm with 115 grain TMJ bullets. 
 

It was and still is 85+ degrees in there with 96% humidity. What the hell’s going on with the weather here lately? Jeees!

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It's 2020.  You're s'posed to be miserable.  :rolleyes:

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Could not see the sun at sunset last night. Total smoke cloud. At least it cools down at night.

I tried to do some chainsaw work before it got hot this morning. Almost made it. Got hot anyway. 
 

Edited by Utah Bob #35998

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I hear ya. I'm breaking down my garage projects like I'm going into a nuclear hot zone.

15 minutes in, 30 minutes out.

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My reloading table is also in the garage.  I’m waiting for autumn.

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I really don’t mind heat. It’s that darned humidity that gets me. I hate it. 
 

Who was it said it’s “Air that you wear”?

 

My wife is talking about retiring in PA - I am all for Arizona. I reminded her that humidity in PA is a months long event. Not a couple of weeks. 

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Hot and humid in MN, also.  Did some prep work in the garage on cases to be reloaded.  Powder and bullets will have to wait until temp and humidity drop a bit.

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Hell, Pat-it’s that way in my garage every morning. At least during June, July and August anyway...

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It's hot and humid here also. We have severe global warming every summer. If you desire comfort I wouldn't come to AZ.

 

PF

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Mowed the "Sow's Ear" this morning fairly early. Tried to get it done before it got overbearing. Almost made it, hit a yard line marker that I hadn't seen before. Had to take the mower back home to check it over. Blade might be bent a tad, it runs but has  a slight vibration that wasn't there before. Marker appears to be some rebar.:blink::(:blush:

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3 hours ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

I really don’t mind heat. It’s that darned humidity that gets me. I hate it. 
 

Who was it said it’s “Air that you wear”?

 

My wife is talking about retiring in PA - I am all for Arizona. I reminded her that humidity in PA is a months long event. Not a couple of weeks. 

 

Monsoon season in AZ will make your garage in SoCal feel like paradise.

 

Edited by Sedalia Dave

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4 hours ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

 

Who was it said it’s “Air that you wear”?

 

 


I think it was Chickasaw Bill.  After seeing him post it,  I’ve used it my own self.  ;)

 

Descriptive ain’t it.

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19 minutes ago, J-BAR #18287 said:


I think it was Chickasaw Bill.  After seeing him post it,  I’ve used it my own self.  ;)

 

Descriptive ain’t it.

Thanks J-Bar. I use it as well. 
 

It is definitely the perfect description. :D

 

Thanks Chickasaw Bill. :)

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5 hours ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

I really don’t mind heat. It’s that darned humidity that gets me. I hate it. 
 

Who was it said it’s “Air that you wear”?

 

My wife is talking about retiring in PA - I am all for Arizona. I reminded her that humidity in PA is a months long event. Not a couple of weeks. 

I’m next door to PA in Ohio , this has been a especially hot and humid summer and I’m right by the lake which is a little cooler but not this year!

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