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Date Posted: 11:58:00 06/30/06 Fri
Author: Cathy C. & Princess P.
Subject: Re: hot n' humid in FL but leaving again in the AM
In reply to: S. K. Dixon 's message, "Re: hot n' humid in FL but leaving again in the AM" on 21:20:12 06/29/06 Thu

That sounds lovely! And you get to take all your kids too. It doesn't get any better than that. I'm always thinking about relocating to a drier area, not as much humidity. Maybe when I retire.......

Curtains with socks is a fabulous idea, Pootie is a sock girl too. I can't wait to do it!

>for the coolness and peace of the NC mountains; there,
>it gets warm in the daytime but cools down so nice at
>night that you need a light wrap or jacket. Humidity
>is low. We spent 3 weeks there our last visit and
>have been back in FL for 2 weeks now, battling heat
>and humidity and mosquitoes! So, we're anxious to
>travel tomorrow and sleep cool tomorrow night with the
>windows open. All of the Zoo loves their aviary there!
>>...and Sigi doesn't care much for air conditioning I'm
>>afraid (the noise? the breeze? the temp?).
>>He has abandoned his normal sleep-spot (in the hood of
>>my sister's once-favorite sweatshirt hung from my
>>bedroom door) for the hood of my once-favorite
>>bathrobe in hung from the bathroom door.
>>Two important lessons:
>>*Sigi likes to sleep far away from the A/C
>>*You should never visit my apartment with a favorite
>>hooded garment

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