The "Whatever" Thread

1066vik

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Can anyone here recommend an Italian restaurant in Springfield IL?
Asking for a coworker
 

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We're cooking in the Pac NW - I have no idea how those of you in other regions cope with this weather...I must he getting old.
 

1066vik

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yeah - it was 100+ here 3 days in a row before we went to Ga, and the highest temp we had there was 85 - so just a bit backwards.
Came home to much nicer temps.
 

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yeah - it was 100+ here 3 days in a row before we went to Ga, and the highest temp we had there was 85 - so just a bit backwards.
Came home to much nicer temps.
No fun. What has the rest of the jk family been up to.
 
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We camped over the weekend. The daytime highs were in the mid 80's but the humidity was terrible. We packed up Sunday around noon. I had to take a dip in the creek and put on a dry shirt after sweating so much loading up. I was shocked when I started my truck and the temperature outside was only 82.
 

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Yeah - Sunday barely made it to 80 here as well, but I was soaked and dripping after an hour of loading up the truck with trash lumber from my deck repairs over the past few weeks.
 

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Upwards of 100 today and yesterday, with max humidity to boot. We don't get too many days like these, thank goodness.
 
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I didn't get online while on vacation last week except when looking up information about local shops and restaurants. Other than the crowds being larger than normal we had a great week. The weather was nice and the ocean even nicer. We spent most of each day either fishing or relaxing on the beach in the shade with a cold drink in hand. Here's a pic of Thomas with a citation Sea Mullet.
 

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I’ve been spending my time driving 2 1/2 hours round trip to work with my new accountant, and helping get ready for Hayley’s graduation party this weekend.
 

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John,
Thank you. It was a sight catch which is always cool. He followed it in and then turned back out. I cast about 10feet in advance and he nailed it. Just a little orange head jig with a small soft minnow. I fished a dozen lures and presentations over 4 hours and this was the only bass. My wife had a lunch of Red Ear Sunfish and Bluegill. Hard to do much fishing around here without some sort of boat.

A face only a Mother could love ;)

Bill
 
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