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It has been two months since Red started this thread, and that was in response to the lousy weather preceding that date. I am getting heartily sick of waking up every morning to grey skies. I don't mind if it is raining, but cloudy skies with only high humidity are an attack on the psyche. I doubt if even moving west of the mountains will give any release.

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37 minutes ago, old man emu said:

It has been two months since Red started this thread, and that was in response to the lousy weather preceding that date. I am getting heartily sick of waking up every morning to grey skies. I don't mind if it is raining, but cloudy skies with only high humidity are an attack on the psyche. I doubt if even moving west of the mountains will give any release.

We moved west of the mountains in mid NSW forty years ago to escape coastal humidity. 

This last couple of years the weather has been crazy; most days it reminds me of Cairns. I tend to work hard for an hour, then hang my saturated work clothes in the sun to dry and go inside to cool off. A couple of times my wife has opened the door to surprise visitors and there I am in my shorts, with some strange woman between me and my clothes!

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2 hours ago, onetrack said:

When I was young, you had to be careful about being snared by the "hairy lariat".

 

Not quite sure the same saying could apply to today's youth - pubic hair is so 1970's.

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