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maybe its me !

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by warrenater, Jul 4, 2014.

  1. warrenater

    warrenater Donator

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    and at the risk of moaning its soooooooooooooo hot , am i the only one dreaming of cool dark evening and working the night vision ? wrapping up to keep warm and enjoying every minute of it . atb gary.
     
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    I find it a whole lot easier to keep warm in the winter than to keep cool in the summer.
     
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    engraver Keyboard Hero

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    Yep me too, sat here melting, Im a warm blooded type, winter is the time I like to be out with the guns, rods in summer mainly.

    But I don't like this muggy overcast type weather I would take snow over this anyday, and my favourite is a frosty morning, bitter but sun out.;)
     
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    Early frosty morning walk, low sun just popping its head up, long shadows, no one around except me dog and some Zep playing in my ear buds.

    Heaven
     
  5. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    I'm with you mate, I can't function properly in high heat!

    Roll on winter time:up:

    -6, sunny, and not a breath of wind:)
     
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    I don't like sunning myself but I do love summer and the warm weather. :)
     
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    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    its you!!!!!!!!
     
  8. warrenater

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    my favorite band was , saw them in earls court in 75 :):):)
     
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    I hate the heat as well. I'm a 55 year old roofer in central Florida. I had a couple of sub 40 year olds running for the shade today. Young punks can't take it and, as the owner, I wind up doing the most work. How hot is it in the U.K. ? We've been stuck in the mid 90'sF for weeks with a couple of days above 100 in the inland areas. Give me Florida winter any day over the summer.
     
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    its been 70 -80 ish here but very humid , i feel for you stuck on a roof with no shade !
     
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    Im no fan of the summer heat either......a nice crisp autuminal morning, with clear blue skies, a bite in the air and the smell of damp leaves and all the autumn colours.....aaahhh bliss :).........oh yes and no bloody midgies ;)
     
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    Totally agree perfect day that
     
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    After running round on the post for five hours with the sun beating down on my bonce, hot days lose their appeal. I just want to sit somewhere cool and shady. Best weather, cool and dry.
     
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    Too right mate. Exactly how i like it. Freezing (but dry, unless it's snow), bare trees etc :up:
     

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