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It was -36 here this morning. I'll share!
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^ Plz keep it in SK Oldtech.
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I know terrible here today. Mid 30s nice southerly blowing, not sure how I managed......
I think karma is getting me back for that comment....

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It's times like these I do not miss working. Why does everyone leave it 'til the middle of summer during a heat wave to get some ceiling fans or AC put in?
It's hard to know what heat is until you work in a ceiling space rewiring some lights or putting ceiling fans under a corro iron roof in Australia in the summer.

I feel for all you tradies out there suffering in the heat.

Cheer Scott
PS: Mrs Scotty and I were driving out to the farm awhile ago. Some knob had lit an old stump to burn out. Hot as hell in a bad drought with the wind picking up.
When we got back the grass had started to burn. Rural Fire Brigade weren't real happy about it.
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PS: Mrs Scotty and I were driving out to the farm awhile ago. Some knob had lit an old stump to burn out. Hot as hell in a bad drought with the wind picking up.
When we got back the grass had started to burn. Rural Fire Brigade weren't real happy about it.
Yea was chasing a fire next door this arvo, wasn’t fun and going to be 40+ and 20kmh winds tomorrow..... yay....
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