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Old 09-20-2017, 11:20 AM
 
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no there are a few Patriots fans that do not like the Pack.

I tried to rep you but the link isn't working for some reason. At least right now.
And, really? Who doesn't love the cheese!!
BTW, even though fall arrives Friday, here in southern Wisconsin, the forecast for Friday is 90 degrees. We have had the strangest weather all summer. It did nothing but rain all July, and then at the end of August it was 60 degrees and raining. And now, apparently we're finally getting summer.
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Old 09-20-2017, 12:34 PM
 
Location: PNW
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I hate fall. Unfortunately, my favorite holiday - Halloween - is in the fall and some years the weather is too crappy to lure visitors over (we put on a big outdoor display). But I dislike fall because the late portion of it is so dark, then it leads to winter, which always seems long here in the NW.
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Old 09-20-2017, 07:19 PM
 
Location: Eastern Washington
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Around here, the onset of Fall (officially this Friday) has brought an end to high 90's to low 100's for temperatures, lately has been 60's to 70's in the day, 40's to 50's at night. This is a more comfortable temperature, I'm not sweating if I walk a bit or other mild exertion. Makes me think about the hunting seasons about to open, maybe I can get out a bit more this year. At least birds and small game. We heat with wood and I approach that like a hobby, I like the scent of fruit wood burning, and while it's not really scientific to say so, the heat from a wood stove seems to me to be more pleasant than a gas-forced-air system.

Winter in Eastern WA is generally not all that severe, freezing temps but not all that cold, usually not much if any snow, a lot of the time we do have fog in the evenings and nights. Notwithstanding last year's "snowmageddon" events...so hopefully not much to dread.

In any case I will enjoy what we have now.
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Old 09-21-2017, 12:46 PM
 
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This will certainly be a strange arrival of fall Friday here in Wisconsin. We hit a record high yesterday of 91, and the prediction for Friday is 90. And this after daytime highs of low 60's in August. Quite bizarre. I am of course loving the hot weather, and think it's about time after the cold wet summer we had.
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