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Standard memberTrev33
General 15 Feb '14 16:45
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    15 Feb '14 16:45
    Anymore wind and rain and and the UK and Ireland will sink like the Titanic.
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    15 Feb '14 19:37
    Just the opposite in the western USA. Water reservoirs are getting mighty low.
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    15 Feb '14 19:38
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Anymore wind and rain and and the UK and Ireland will sink like the Titanic.
    And there's not enough lifeboats for everyone....... guess who is going to get them?
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    15 Feb '14 20:09
    I think I'll stay where I am! http://tinyurl.com/lqldvxs
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    15 Feb '14 21:06
    Originally posted by Rene-Claude
    And there's not enough lifeboats for everyone....... guess who is going to get them?
    Pesky penguins can swim but they still hog all the lifeboats.
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    15 Feb '14 21:12
    Originally posted by Sahuaro
    I think I'll stay where I am! http://tinyurl.com/lqldvxs
    Only 8% humidity though... 😞
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    16 Feb '14 00:16
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Only 8% humidity though... 😞
    Actually, it never seems like we get all 8% in one day, unless it's monsoon season. Dry, dry, dry. Makes hanging laundry on the clothesline a great idea.
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    16 Feb '14 00:41
    Originally posted by Sahuaro
    Actually, it never seems like we get all 8% in one day, unless it's monsoon season. Dry, dry, dry. Makes hanging laundry on the clothesline a great idea.
    We have 70-95% humidity throughout the year, makes getting clothes dry in the winter a long process.

    Sun + moderate/high humidity, how there's the way to go.
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    16 Feb '14 01:29
    Originally posted by Trev33
    We have 70-95% humidity throughout the year, makes getting clothes dry in the winter a long process.

    Sun + moderate/high humidity, how there's the way to go.
    We, here in Canada, "freeze dry" our laundry in the winter.
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    16 Feb '14 01:39
    I spent a week on the Kentucky/Ohio border. Nothing dried the whole week. At all.
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    16 Feb '14 17:32
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    You mean de-humidifier right?

    I use my towel like 3 times... it's just water, you're already clean when drying yourself, don't understand people who use it only once.

    Maybe we'll get lucky and all this wind will blow us further south 😉
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