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    #31
    I don't tolerate the heat very well, either. But I live in Michigan, where it's not a serious problem. (for now)
    I often say the winter's easier to take than the summer, because there's no limit to the number of layers you can put on, but there is a limit to how many clothes you can take off.

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      #32
      Originally posted by drcampbell View Post
      ...I often say the winter's easier to take than the summer, because there's no limit to the number of layers you can put on, but there is a limit to how many clothes you can take off.
      I used to say that in the summer, but in the winter I remember how much easier it is to get into places and actually get work done without being stiff from layers.

      I work on rooftops (direct sun) and in attics (higher temps) in the summer. And I'd take our summer extremes over our cold extremes, and most of you would say it doesn't even cold here. Below freezing is rare.


      Big hats, lots of water, and wet sleeves, and a pretty penny, too.

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