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Great weather for the past few days here on the N.W. Oregon coast.

Got all the doors and windows open,all the coolerdors and the Stabell open.

Temperature 66*.....Humidity 65%

All my smokes are out in the back yard playing and having a great time! :fu
 

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You suck...... :D
I'm having issues with a pound of climmax beads keeping my humidity down in my wine cooler.


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coppertop said:
You suck...... :D
I'm having issues with a pound of climmax beads keeping my humidity down in my wine cooler.

Ctop
no doubt. i'm still battling trying to get my humidity in the low 70s!! fuggin KC weather.
of course being 2" over our normal rainfall for the year has not helped.
 

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I live a few hours north of Okie2 and I can tell you, it is and has been just a beautiful week of weather. I moved my cigars into the garage for the summer and did a little reshuffling of the humidors, all 3 digital hygrometers' never went below 67%! They usually shoot below 60% in a matter of minutes.

I'm thinking about stacking the stogies up in the kids red wagon and taking 'em for a walk. Might as well give the neighbors a thrill! They'll probably call the cops. :w
 

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:r about this image!

"I'm thinking about stacking the stogies up in the kids red wagon and taking 'em for a walk."
 

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about 90 degrees and monsooning in Florida. My wife and I wish we could join you NW coast folks....looks beautiful up there.
 

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We are in our typical summer weather pattern here on the central coast of California....A.m. fog and low clouds with afternoon clearing to the coast...sometimes I get a little pissed about it,then I think about what it's like in other parts of the country and "chill" out. :D My cigars love the weather...avg temp through the YEAR is 64* and humidity is about the same...maintaining the Humi and igloo-a-dor is a little easier when it's like that! ;)
 
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