FrankJ wrote:It is barely June & you are worried about heat?
AquilaNegra2 wrote:Send some of that sunshine our way . Sons #1 and #2 are currently at a camporee -- 48 degrees and pouring rain.
AquilaNegra2 wrote:Here in the Pacific Northwest, it's not considered 'cold' unless it's below freezing. Our guys are either well-versed in cold-weather camping or they learn the hard way. I think cold is easier to deal with than heat, though. You can always put on more clothes -- there's a limit to how much you can take off.
The big digital roadside signs coming into AP Hill in 2005 said:wagionvigil wrote:That is about it. But those that were at the Jamboree in 2005 know what can happen. When the HI hit the danger zone all activities stopped. Except Water activities
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