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Old 08-13-2013, 04:51 PM   #17
slowpoke69
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Location: So. Jersey
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Originally Posted by zekester63 View Post
Funny how that works. We often sit here and grumble about living in Oklahoma...too hot, too windy, tornados, ice storms, 40-something days over 100F, chiggers, ticks, snakes, mosquitos, drought... ok I better stop before I really get depressed. We read the awesome RRs from others in places that seem so much "better". Funny thing for me about this little day-trip was that this is all in my backyard (or maybe it's the front, since it's north of my house), and I didn't even know most of these places existed. Sure, I'd love to live and ride out west somewhere, but for now Okraider81 and I have agreed to make the best of what we have available to us.

Thanks for stopping by!
But we got you beat all to hell for humidity. I was stationed at Sill with a guy from OKC who did basic in Ft. Dix in January, he said that's too damned cold, between the low temp and nutty moisture. I'll take winter out your way anytime over our normal winters. This past one was nice out though.

All we can do is play the hand mother natures crazy ass deals us!
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