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Something nice to wake up to!

Postby monzacoupe » Wed Oct 05, 2016 12:12 pm

My backyard this morning!! hope the trees get through it, I've been out twice to knock some weight off the branches!

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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby spencerforhire » Wed Oct 05, 2016 4:46 pm

EEEK! Winter. My wife was in Saskatoon twice in the last 6 weeks; she said the weather was lovely. Because it was hot and sticky here while she was away. We've still got a month or so here in the east before we see any white stuff. I hope.
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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby 76wagon » Wed Oct 05, 2016 5:01 pm

22 degrees here today, 24 tomorrow! Snow is nice to look at but I'll take the sunshine for now. Anyway my truck needs work before the winter plus the sled needs work to run...

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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby monzacoupe » Wed Oct 05, 2016 5:47 pm

6 inches so far! Two more days of sloppy, heavy down-east type snow. :bang: :censored: :cuss:
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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby Sunula66 » Wed Oct 05, 2016 9:05 pm

Crappin CRAPP!!!!
That's just Wrong!!! :cry: ...was it cuz I stored the Sunturd too early?? :shock: ...well I guess the sooner it comes, the sooner it goes...(whoever said that should get a kick in the a-- with a frozen MukLuk :D :lol:
...Go find yur mitties Ricky!!...an yur Touque lol :th:
Toock...Touck..Toek...Toak...ya Toak lol...that'll make ya ferget about it!!
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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby Monza Harry » Wed Oct 05, 2016 9:39 pm

That S word is four letters long and this is a family friendly site! So please knock it off! Signing off from the sun parlour of Canada with our 70* weather 21/22*C for you metricated [my own word so it would seem] folks. Harry
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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby cosvega76 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:00 am

Here in St Louis it's supposed to be near 90F with a slight chance of t-storms today, in case you wanted to know....


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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby monzacoupe » Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:40 am

Thanks you buggers! :D Day two, a foot of snow and the cedars are not happy.

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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby 1100kaw2 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:40 pm

Keep that stuff up there!!!!
80 degrees and Sunny here. drove the Vega to work all this week.
I feel for ya man, but.... just keep it. :D
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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby EVL VEGA » Thu Oct 06, 2016 5:15 pm

Can't complain about the San Diego weather.

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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby spencerforhire » Sat Oct 15, 2016 5:52 pm

This thread about the weather is from a couple of weeks ago, but I feel I must make a further comment; just spent the whole day at the track in 50f (10c) weather. Cold wind and bright sunshine wears you down; I'm in way worse shape than after a day with high heat and humidity.
The only good thing about today was the unbelievable air; equivalent density altitude was couple of hundred feet below sea level all day. A lot of "personal best" ET'S, and more than a few broken parts. I went a season best 6.03@116.3.
Racing in the winter (or at least in winter temperatures) ain't a lot of fun.
The "fleet"-
77 Vega Estate wagon- project(someday)will have TPI305/T-5, S-10 spindles/axles
72 Vega HB Drag Car -383/'Glide/9"(9.35@146.19)(5.94@117.28 1/8th)
76 Vega GT- 400/4spd/9" retired from active duty(rusty)
03 Silverado 2WD ex.cab (work truck/parts hauler)
04 Silverado 2WD ex.cab (retired)
06 Haulin' 20ft enclosed car transporter
93 Suburban- 350/4L60(retired)
00 Saturn SW2- wife's car
01 Saturn SC2- younger son's project
00 Saturn SL2- daughter's car
98 Saturn SW2- spare
and 3 more Saturn "parts cars"
Note- the very act of listing all of these has made me realize I have some kind of problem.....

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Re: Something nice to wake up to!

Postby 76wagon » Sun Oct 16, 2016 11:45 pm

Almost 20 here today! Nice for the cold weather to stay away when my truck's down and I have to get around with the bike and the vega

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