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Old 06-28-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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See ya at the end of September!!!!

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Old 06-28-2013, 09:36 PM   #2
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Ouch, say thirsty my friend.

Hope you have a pool and plenty of drinks
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Old 06-28-2013, 10:04 PM   #3
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Drinks....yes. Pool temp is 91..... No fun in the pool!!! Next three months I hibernate inside for the most part!!
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:27 PM   #4
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Pool? Sounds more like a hot tub

Do they make chillers for pools? Operating cost probably rather high with those temps.

Well just think when you can go boating the rest of us in the north will be close to winterizing
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:42 PM   #5
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Yea....other than the extreme heat....I don't mind taking a little break from boating now and then... it's the other nine months that make Arizona all worth the summer heat.... we use these extreme temps as an excuse to get out of town as much as we can....places cooler!!
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i like the TV show about your lake and copper canyon, glad I boat 4,000 miles away from all those kids!
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Pas, just like everything(especially tv) you don't have to expose yourself to any of that......
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Gee a balmy 83 today in central Illinois..........I saw a the news today Death Valley might break the heat record of earth ...somewhere around 138?

I guess your 3 months of heat is like our 3 months of cold.

Enjoy your segway......

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OK, I have mixed emotions here. When you AZ guys are posting boating pictures long after my boat is pulled and long before my boat launches, I am incredibly jealeous. SO I find it hard to feel TOO bad for you guys just this minute. LOL. Don't worry, come October, I'll be back to being jealous again.

Stay cool.
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Shrew......get to posting those summer pics of you guys enjoying boating!!! Please give my something to do during my downtime?!?!!!!! )
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Holy s#!t thats hot... I have to echo comments above though about having our boats out of the water for a lot more time than the few months of heat... Enjoy the indoors I guess!
BTW , how warm does the lake get? would it be nicer to be in, than on?
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Old 07-05-2013, 04:06 AM   #12
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Surface lake temps get to about 88-91!!!! Relative shallow lake 20-40 feet for the most part. We get lots of weed growing off the bottom in the marina and shallow channels during these hot temps.
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Sarasota Bay water temperature will reach 92 in August and we complain about that! Have a great summer vacation!
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Sarasota Bay water temperature will reach 92 in August and we complain about that! Have a great summer vacation!
Not all of us complain. My wife is a native Floridian (Merritt Island) and she won't get in the water if is under 85!
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