cold cold cold.

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Ken, Oct 18, 2011.

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  1. Ken

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    IT'S TURNED!!!!
    fleece is on, hat is on, it's cold.

    It all starts for the next few months boys!
     
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  2. Gav

    Gav Grand Master
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    Yippeee!!!!! NOT oh well best get used to it i guess
     
  3. kars

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    AND GIRLS!!!! Lol
     
  4. nearlyclean

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    Only another 5 months till summer LOL had gloves on for the past week or so and really felt the cold today
     
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    yep, jumper, coat and gloves on all day today. They are forecasting some snow in places on sunday/ monday.
     
  6. Mwwindowcleaning

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    As the weather is turning sour , I was wondering what gloves are the best for window cleaning. I use sealskins but they aren't warm enough. I have been researching the glacier glove and it looks the nuts. Any ideas.
     
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    Found some fishing gloves in aldi for a fiver neoprene with reinforced rubber,my hands use to sweat in sealskins lol
     
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