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Old 11-25-2007, 08:45 AM   #1
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Absence of Heat...

-9 this morning with fog....everything is white and looks sureal....little early for these temps even for us as we are many times the coldest spot in the nation...not sure if thats anything to brag about!!...
Anyone else this warm? Rembember, "There is no such thing as cold, only an absence of Heat"
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Old 11-25-2007, 08:54 AM   #2
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-9 this morning with fog....everything is white and looks sureal....little early for these temps even for us as we are many times the coldest spot in the nation...not sure if thats anything to brag about!!...
Anyone else this warm? Rembember, "There is no such thing as cold, only an absence of Heat"
yes but it's dry cold !!!!!! pieman
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Old 11-25-2007, 09:07 AM   #3
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yes but it's dry cold !!!!!! pieman
Any ice on the San Juan? or Navajo Res.? We've never been down there in the winter. Can You Ice Fish?
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Old 11-25-2007, 12:18 PM   #4
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Any ice on the San Juan? or Navajo Res.? We've never been down there in the winter. Can You Ice Fish?
Haven't been up there. Have only been back in town little over a week and headed to Yuma wed---looking for ''dry heat" until april---pieman
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Old 11-25-2007, 12:24 PM   #5
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Holy, Moly. For once we were colder than Alamosa. (It was -18 here this morning.)

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Old 11-25-2007, 01:39 PM   #6
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Wow Lynn thats cold....hope you guys warm up as much as were suposed to.
Suns out and fog is gone, all the frost is dancing in the air. First time this year we've seen a good Hoar Frost. We should get to 36 that would be a 45 degree swing.
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Old 11-25-2007, 01:55 PM   #7
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I was just reading about winter camping in the new Winter Airstream Life. It sounds just great, provided a little planning and preparation is done. It's giving me the itch to hit the road (again).

It did reach the mid-20s here yesterday morning - after getting into the 70's on Friday. 'Tis the season.

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Old 11-25-2007, 04:49 PM   #8
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Never got above freezing today, but the dog doesn't care she stays warm chasing rabbits...
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Ok, now were starting to yearn for warmer clime's...22 below 0 this morning, thats what the weather channel said, but the therm in my patio said -26.
Anyone else yearning to warm up?

"There is no such thin as cold, only an absence of Heat"
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Ok, now were starting to yearn for warmer clime's...22 below 0 this morning, thats what the weather channel said, but the therm in my patio said -26.
Anyone else yearning to warm up?

"There is no such thin as cold, only an absence of Heat"
YEAH!

You are thermodynamically correct in your last statement....but.......

It got down to 64* last night brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!! And only hit 73 today. It's a veritable cold wave!!

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Sorry....just couldn't resist...........................
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Any ice on the San Juan? or Navajo Res.? We've never been down there in the winter. Can You Ice Fish?
Navajo lake never freezes over, it does get some ice around the edges in places.
The San Juan river has a year around temp of about 40 degrees when it exits the lake so it doesn't freeze over either. There will be some ice along the shallows and edges though.

The only iceing problem I've had while fishing the river is in the guides of the fly rod but a quick swish in the warmer water will clear them quickly.

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YEAH!

You are thermodynamically correct in your last statement....but.......

It got down to 64* last night brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!! And only hit 73 today. It's a veritable cold wave!!

(BTW, It is NOT OK to send flaming remarks to this poster!)

Sorry....just couldn't resist...........................
Wish we could get down to Padre Island right now, but It's going to be a couple months still....saw that it was 76 yesterday....no need to apologize, glad you don't have to worry about thw plastic things inside you car breaking off in your hand when you go out to start up in the morn....
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YEAH!

You are thermodynamically correct in your last statement....but.......

It got down to 64* last night brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!! And only hit 73 today. It's a veritable cold wave!!

(BTW, It is NOT OK to send flaming remarks to this poster!)

Sorry....just couldn't resist...........................
It lorida.was 74 this morning, going to a high of 67, then down to 28 tonight. That's above zero...Still cold for Florida...
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Hay Don, there is some open water coming out of Smith Res...into Trinchera Creek...but when you get ice built up in the guides can't dip your rod in the water or it's all over...
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