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After today, I will only be gardening at 2 am. Damn.

SkotlandSkye 8 July 14
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It is so frustrating being stuck indoors because of the heat!

CeliaVL Level 7 July 15, 2018
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I feel your pain. I don't deal well with heat and humidity.

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I did that about fifteen years ago. Gardened after two am, in the dark, with a flashlight. It was one brutal summer. I won't be doing anything today. It's already 93 and feels like 104.

freeofgod Level 8 July 14, 2018
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I can remember the summer of 1980, when the region from Texas through Kansas had over 30 consecutive days of 100-plus degrees temperature, with highs in Kansas reaching 114 degrees. There were prairie wildfires throughout the region. I can remember flying from Austin to Wichita, Kansas and arriving in Wichita at 10 PM and the temperature was still 105 degrees. A 80 mile trip north from Wichita was lit by wildfires the whole way.

wordywalt Level 8 July 14, 2018
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That's a little too warm

kenriley Level 8 July 14, 2018
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In those temperatures I would be living underground.

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You'll be hiking during the day, right!!?

Hells to the no. My most recent hikes have started at 6 am. I might need to just stick to the gym for the next 10 days....

@SkotlandSkye But you could have the trails all to yourself, hahahaha

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