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Oldtimer was it warm enough?

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Big Muddy rancher

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It was 90 in Jordan MT at 10 am and 102 in Glasgow this afternoon. I bet Oldtimer had a good seista this afternoon . I cut hay until 4.30 and called it a day as I baled this morn. Working both ends of the day in this heat is tough.
 
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It was 90 in Jordan MT at 10 am and 102 in Glasgow this afternoon. I bet Oldtimer had a good seista this afternoon . I cut hay until 4.30 and called it a day as I baled this morn. Working both ends of the day in this heat is tough.

It was 78 at 6AM--I Didn't do much today-Worked around the place for a little bit- got the grandkids in for church- and by noon the wind was blowing 30 mph and it felt like a blast furnace- it got to 99 at the place- weather boys say it was 103 at Glasgow- still showing 99 now-- but whats 3 or 4 degrees when its that warm.....They say tomorrow could be hotter....

And I did have a good siesta this afternoon :D :D
 

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It got to 95 here today, but we had a cool breeze that was nice. Not a hot wind at all. We checked cows this morning and came in at 1 pm and was a little warm then. This evening has been real nice; just that little breeze. You could stand outside and visit (which I did) and not get too hot.

I think it is supposed to cool down some by Wednesday.
 

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The weather is about the same here,hot ,dry and dusty,hay crop was off and still no rain in sight,but maybe it will get better :wink: ...........good luck
 

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