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RE: Yeah, but

Even in the sun I can hike into the low hundreds. Once it gets above 104 you are taking your life in your hands. Something about 104 seems to be the human physiological cut off point.

this time of year in central Arizona the news reports a death or two a week, mostly tourists, that die because of the heat. Last week three Germans and three locals in their 20's.

I still work in the yard or in my garage for an hour before I have to either sit down or go inside to cool off. You do acclimate to higher temperatures. I prefer and feel more comfortable with temps in the mid 90's

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  • RE: Yeah, but - airtime 07:23:43 06/18/17 (1)
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