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Helpful Hint for Texans & Arizonans

If you're on a farm or ranch, take heed of this hint.  It may sav3 you a trip to the burn center.

 

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Re: Helpful Hint for Texans & Arizonans

Hah!!  Too funny and so true!! Thanks for the laugh.

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Re: Helpful Hint for Texans & Arizonans

I'm in Arizona and last month I used a hot pad more than once to open my front door after going down to get the mail. My house faces west and the door handle would easily burn your hand. 

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Re: Helpful Hint for Texans & Arizonans

You know it's hot in Texas when you cannot get cold water out of the cold water faucet.  🥵

 

 

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Re: Helpful Hint for Texans & Arizonans

@Cakers3. You know you're in Texas when you see towels draped over steering wheels of parked cars.  Ive burned my hand more than once.

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Re: Helpful Hint for Texans & Arizonans

I have had to use work gloves or pot holders all summer to open my car door handle, pick up the garden hose nozzle, and even open the mailbox. It was 100 degrees last night at 10pm. It's 106 now. No end in sight, and we need some rain.