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    Senior Member Wayne Nutt's Avatar
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    The forecast for the next four days is for a high between 106-107 degrees. I'm staying inside with the dogs.
    Wayne Nutt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Schneider View Post
    I knew that, i was talking about the pros that stay down south through the summer...the guys that don't travel north for whatever reason.
    They start early and are done for the day around 10.30-11am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramblinmaxx View Post
    We live north of Saginaw, we could see the rain and smell the rain...but didn't get a drop! Dang...better luck with the next storm I hope.

    lesa c
    I was at cabela's when it came thru it hard there

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    Talked to two trainers this afternoon, it was 107 here in DFW and the temp in Wyoming was 67 and in South Dakota 81.



    Only way to train in Texas during the summer months is with a checkbook.

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    We live on Lake Texoma which is a damn big lake. The water temp is 86. Can you imagine how hot the farm ponds and tanks are? I suspect the Blue/ Green Algae will show up soon. We train indoors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DKR View Post
    Only way to train in Texas during the summer months is with a checkbook.
    This is the correct answer.
    Put that in your pipe and smoke it

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    We had a very cool thunderstorm roll through last night. It's what they call cloud-to-cloud lightning. We've been getting some rain up here the past week or so. I had to cut my grass Friday evening and could have cut it again last night!! it sucks, lol!!
    That's my boy "Blue"!!!! Flyin High in the Passenger Side x Katie May of Belgrade

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    69 degrees outside right now. It's great!
    Wayne Nutt
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    Castile Creek's Rawhide, SH "Rowdy"

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    Thursday it rained almost all day. It was a nice change from the heat and humidity. Grass has started to green-up again and temps are in the 70s. Feels like fall iis in the air.
    Becky
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    Our forecast today is 111. It should break a very old record. Hopefully we don't top out at 109. I sure would hate t come up a couple of degrees short of a record...

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