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    Re: Air Conditioner

    It gets cooler but not cool.

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    we have seen it up to mid eighties in the day, but fifties at night.
    Windows open and no need for fans. So far.
    Wish the whole summer could be like that.
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    My idea of perfect summer weather would be bright sunshine and temperatures no higher than 80F ! Temperatures in the 90s and low 100s though is what we usually get here with lots of humidity to make it more interesting.

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    I was raised in heat and love, love LOVE it! But, it was a dry
    heat. (HAHA isn't that what they always say?)

    I don't like summers where I am but unfortunately I'm
    several years away from being able to move out of it.
    We have the unrelenting fog to deal with, depressing.
    One year btwn July1st and August 15th, we only had 11
    sunny mornings! No air conditioning at all, because we
    have less than 10 days a year where I'd use it. Pets and
    husband would rather more, though.

    This month we're in sort of transition, feels more like March,
    gusty winds and all. This morning it was 42 degrees when I left
    a little after 6 for my walk... wearing ear muffs and lightweight gloves!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tabby View Post
    very humid, it's uncomfortable.

    Hmmm..."humidity." I have heard of this thing before. It is a very strange word that describes water hanging in the air. Must be weird. We don't ever have that here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tabby View Post
    My idea of perfect summer weather would be bright sunshine and temperatures no higher than 80F
    Ah. Yes. That's what we have. Ave 265 days a year of sunshine. 5500 feet altitude and cool breezes every day. We like to talk about the weather, but that's funny because we don't actually have any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint_ View Post
    Hmmm..."humidity." I have heard of this thing before. It is a very strange word that describes water hanging in the air. Must be weird. We don't ever have that here.

    Now that is one bit of america I would really like to see. We have Scottish air conditioning - windaes or if you prefer the english word windows. You want to cool down you just open one of them.

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    Beautiful pic

    you don't have a monsoon season?
    where the air is thick - your dripping wet just standing in that air for a few minutes and then later that afternoon it rains - it pours and usually floods areas.
    Something to look forward to in @ August... yuk...

    Patsy

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmc View Post
    Now that is one bit of america I would really like to see. We have Scottish air conditioning - windaes or if you prefer the english word windows. You want to cool down you just open one of them.
    gmc jests, scottish air conditioning is the result of eating neeps and tatties
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patsy Warnick View Post
    Saint
    Beautiful pic

    you don't have a monsoon season?
    where the air is thick - your dripping wet just standing in that air for a few minutes and then later that afternoon it rains - it pours and usually floods areas.
    Something to look forward to in @ August... yuk...

    Patsy
    Nope, Patsy. At over a mile high, and close to the continental divide, we have the mildest weather you can imagine. That graph is real, I pulled it from the weather channel. It's kind of amazing to me sometimes that we are so unknown in the U.S. and that there is not a flood of retirees moving here. The cost of living is cheap, the weather wonderful, and natural disasters nonexistent. Go figure...

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