John Morris

On the Job, It's Hot!

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9am in the desert, my survey crew ready to perform a big level run. And it's already 100 degrees!!! Ouch!

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Finally made it to the upper 60's so far...slow start today from upper 40's...I guess it could be worse John,...you could be putting the tar paper & shingles down on those roofs...

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Keep your shoes on, John...

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35 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

I guess it could be worse John,...you could be putting the tar paper & shingles down on those roofs...

No thanks Dave!!! Did it when I was younger. Never again!

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33 minutes ago, Nickp said:

Keep your shoes on, John...

Soles are melting. Standing at the level all day, doin a little dance like a man on the sun.:lol:

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2 hours ago, John Morris said:

And it's already 100 degrees!!! Ouch!

no sympathies from here..

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43 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

So you guys put the popsicles is your shoes rather than eat them? 

You bet ya!

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1 hour ago, Stick486 said:

no sympathies from here..

Don't need it, but I do love a good wisecrack!

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"But it's a dry heat."

 

 

When I moved to northern Wisconsin (where there was always a week or two every year where the high for the week was -5 or so,), "Yeah, it gets cold, but it's a dry cold."    Sorry, but -70 wind chill is still cold.

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Sitting in our truck right now enjoying the AC, lunch time!

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2 minutes ago, kmealy said:

"But it's a dry heat."

 

 

When I moved to northern Wisconsin (where there was always a week or two every year where the high for the week was -5 or so,), "Yeah, it gets cold, but it's a dry cold."    Sorry, but -70 wind chill is still cold.

_70 is beyond cold. 

Just as +120 is more than hot. 

Phoenix is the only place I've been where you need oven mitts to open the car door...and to hold the steering wheel. And don't ever leave a tool out side. 

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9 minutes ago, kmealy said:

"But it's a dry heat."

 

 

When I moved to northern Wisconsin (where there was always a week or two every year where the high for the week was -5 or so,), "Yeah, it gets cold, but it's a dry cold."    Sorry, but -70 wind chill is still cold.

I think I'll stick with my heat! That cold stuff sounds brutal!

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1 minute ago, Gene Howe said:

Pansy!:lol:

Ya buddy! 

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In the area we are, we have the Salton Sea nearby. It's flipping humid too.

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Just now, John Morris said:

In the area we are, we have the Salton Sea nearby. It's flipping humid too.

Heat, I can handle....humidity is a total 'nother story. I'd be in the cab, too.

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