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Old 10-29-2012
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Re: Meanwhile on the other coast...

No in sensitivities. Nice to see blue skies and boats without a spiderweb of lines.

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Re: Meanwhile on the other coast...

Down south a few miles was pretty nice too. But I had to work outside today. Tomorrow's forecast looks bad from a liquid sunshine sandpoint. Glad I got what I got down today! Got the site prepped so that any rain should not muddy the place up toooooooo bad, so I can work the next dry day. Even if it downpours from a NW perspective, IIRC local record in Seattle is something like 4" in 25 hrs.......it should be dry'ish!

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Re: Meanwhile on the other coast...

Nothing wrong with a little distraction. All bad news can't be good for anybody.

Still pretty windy down here in west central Florida. I imagine we're still feeling lingering effects of Sandy, but got a little bit gusty. Sun's finally out today, however.
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