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Old 09-18-2016, 09:01 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Wzdr02 View Post
New England. CT, RI, MA, NH . the first 3 will have the summers looking for.
X2. Throw NY and ME in there too if you want t stay in USA. Great cruising grounds. We loved it up there in the summer and early fall. Early spring in islands.
Late fall and spring in GA, SC, NC and Chesapeake.. great lifestyle.


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Old 09-18-2016, 11:31 AM   #42
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Wifey B: Define heat Some like it hot. If you live in Houston or Dallas, then South Florida is super cool by comparison. We're in Charlotte NC today. Same temp as Fort Lauderdale. Now we could go to the nearby Blue Ridge mountains and cool off. I don't consider it hot until it passes 95 degrees. Our high in Fort Lauderdale this year was 93 degrees. NYC has been 96 degrees and several more than 93. Houston has had 78 hotter days and many in the 100's according to my handy stat man who looked it up for me.

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