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  1. Leak Locators's Avatar
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    My first January in Plentywood Montana we saw above 0, most of the time it stayed at 10-20 below and the worst day was -42 with 30 mph winds. Good thing there was enough snow on the ground to get the flags to stay. The next problem you wouldn't think of. After 2 - 3 days the vinyl would break off the wire staff.
    I'm 57 and love.
    That's not to say that I wouldn't be happier locating in the Cayman Islands.
  2. thegenericgamer's Avatar
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    Winter is fairly mild in Georgia but I'll take cold or hot anyday as long as it's not raining!
  3. locatethis's Avatar
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    I, myself could never imagine working up north in winter time again after living in South Florida for the last 35 years. Even when we get an occasional cold front blow in and temps drop to a bone chilling 40 I'm searching for gloves, and wearing multi layers of shirts, so as the day warms a little, I can remove a layer.
  4. daman1's Avatar
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    Did you know that when it's wet if use take a brand new can of paint and DON'T shake it, It'll collect the moisture around it when you spray and stick to wet surfaces. It comes out thick and you use it faster but it's important enough....
  5. Mke's Avatar
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    Rained out? I know not of what you speak....

    Pacific Northwest. If we didn't paint when it was raining we would have half the year off.

    Mke
  6. UULC's Avatar
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    I had tried it before but told me I was not allowed. But I am now.

    So how many folks are going to get rained out today or tomorrow.