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Old 02-11-2016, 08:18 PM   #21
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Love it! One month from today we'll be picking up our trailer! Love snow sports too. We were going to go skiing today but it's too warm out and probably raining at the ski hill. Went to the Kingfisher spa for some hydrotherapy instead!
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Old 02-11-2016, 09:03 PM   #22
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As I sit here, looking out to my frozen yard, ice covered BlackJack, 15 degrees, going down to zero this weekend, have not seen the sun for a week, I begin to think. What am I doing here?
Solution: Big Bend National Park. Daytime temps in the mid 80's, morning lows near 30. Yes, winter and summer in the same day.

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Old 02-11-2016, 11:31 PM   #23
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Solution: Big Bend National Park. Daytime temps in the mid 80's, morning lows near 30. Yes, winter and summer in the same day.

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Perfect Alan. I envy you. Only 4-5 hours away, but duty calls. Jim Bennett says 84 is too hot for his Canadian skin, but it's a "dry" heat...
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Old 02-11-2016, 11:33 PM   #24
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Jim Bennett says 84 is too hot for his Canadian skin, but it's a "dry" heat...
So, I will just wither instead of melting then, eh?
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The key is to hydrate, Jim I recommend a cold one.
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8 more hours til happy hour, $1.00 drafts and $1 for dozen hot wings......pictures to follow....
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The key is to hydrate, Jim I recommend a cold one.
Sage advise, Robert.
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Our Family Day weekend @ Manning Park. We hope to do it again real soon!!



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Last weekend in Sam Houston National Forest, Cagle Recreation Area, near Huntsville, Texas. Mid-thirties in the morning, near 70F in the afternoons. Just beautiful!!

This pic I took at twilight - over the lake.

Thanks for the tip. We will check it out. We are in Cape Royale on Lake Livingston and always looking for places nearby for a quick trip.
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