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Old 05-03-2004, 06:15 AM   #16
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I woke up Sunday roasting in my bed. It was 85 degrees Faranheit in my bedroom. That doesnt sound like much, but It's been pretty cool lately so we havent acclimated to this warmness yet. At midnight (about 3 hours ago) it was 80 degrees outside. That almost never happens at night here. It's expected to reach 90 degrees on Monday
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Old 05-03-2004, 01:03 PM   #17
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All those Australians would be asking for a sweater with 85F weather.
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All those Australians would be asking how hot is 85F in real money?
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Old 05-03-2004, 07:23 PM   #19
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How was the camping trip Aurora?It sure did turn cold suddenly. My son moved into an old farmhouse with two guys from where he works. He was the last to arrive so he got the sleep-out room, really just a closed in verandah with old louvre windows and a low unlined roof. He just happened to move on the coldest night. He is going to freeze there in the middle of winter, it gets absolutely white with frost. At least his journey to work is shorter through the heavy fog.
He's happy though and says his new double bed in comfy The house cat has taken a liking to him ( and his bed) she'll help keep him warm.

I am currently wearing my thickest sweater( jumper) that is usually reserved for mid-winter...brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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85F - 32 x 5/9 = 29C
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85F - 32 x 5/9 = 29C
Fah its way too early in the morning for maths.
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Old 05-03-2004, 07:37 PM   #22
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It's always either too early or too late for math. I hate it!
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The camping trip was nice, although it wasnt your typical camping trip as it was the Woodford Folk Festival Tree planting weekend, so there was probably about 1000 people and you plant trees on the festival site during the day and at night there is a bar open and nice food and music, so yeah, it was a nice weekend.............although it was cold, I would say that it probably got down to about 7c, which is cool considering how warm it has been and as a result I have a bit of a cold, in fact I feel like crap!!! got a head cold..............

and yeah, speaking of winter clothes, being a Queenslander and all, my winter wardrobe is my summer wardrobe but I wear a jumper over my clothes and I might wear a pair of socks at night, although I gotta say that I do love our winters, those lovely crisp, blue skies and being able to feel the warmth of the sun, only just is just wicked
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May I suggest flannel sheets for your bed - comfy and warm.

Socks not required
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but is it

(F - 32) x 5/9 = C

or

F - (32 x 5/9) = C


???

I vote for option #1 because it looks prettier
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You love math(s) don't you

Sorry I forgot to put part of the equation in ' ( ) '
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