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    Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    Sinn of course! EZM 3 joined me for a little cold weather training today at -43 C with wind chill. We've endured a week of frigid temps but forecasted to end by Sunday. At least the pine bark beetles should be decimated. Fun fact, at -40 both Fahrenheit and Celsius are equal.

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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    But did it keep good time?!?!

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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    better yet, did you have a good time?!

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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

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    Your look is very medieval, I'm impressed
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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    wow, thats a perfect picture. I love it!

    Only way to top this pic is to freeze a 203 Arktis in a big icecube and put it in a long-island-ice-tea .
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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    Whew, warmed up 5 degrees today...better switch to a tropical strap
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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    Quote Originally Posted by kusaioyaji View Post
    better yet, did you have a good time?!
    Sure did! Had the entire park to myself (wonder why?), got in a few miles of skiing, and tested the manufacturer's claims for my vapor barrier clothing (yes, it really works).
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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    Quote Originally Posted by lvt View Post
    Your look is very medieval, I'm impressed

    LOL, I never thought of that comparison but can see it now. The headgear is a home-made affair that comes in really handy when the wind blows, and I use a Beko nose shield on my glasses...gets a few stares from the scarf crowd though.

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    Re: Who goes out when its -43 degrees?

    I prefer to watch winter on TV

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