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Old 22nd January 2020, 07:48 AM
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Holly Cow! It is 3:45 am here in Orlando, Fl. We have 35 degree temperature outside with 20 mph winds out of the north making the wind chill about 30 degrees or lower. The coldest I have seen here in 25 years. Just north of Orlando they say it will get into the 20's with wind chill in the teens.

GLAD I GOT HEAT. HaHaHaHa!!!!!

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Holly Cow! It is 3:45 am here in Orlando, Fl. We have 35 degree temperature outside with 20 mph winds out of the north making the wind chill about 30 degrees or lower. The coldest I have seen here in 25 years. Just north of Orlando they say it will get into the 20's with wind chill in the teens.

GLAD I GOT HEAT. HaHaHaHa!!!!!

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Art that is cold for Orlando FL... I though Pensacola got chilly but further south I wouldn't expect it to drop so much.

It's been cooler also here than I remember it got down to 67 degrees last night and I think the dry season has arrived early also.

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Hey M.C.A.

I saw it 17 degrees out here in Orlando in 1984. that was the 'year the fruit crops froze and the growers lost a lot of crops. Some didn't have the money to replant the trees so we have a lot of vacant fields here now.

I am from Ohio so I know how cold it can get there. I moved here in 1980 for warm weather. hahaha Normally, it stays around 65 to 70 degrees in the winter time in Orlando. But, we do get cold spells. the nice things is they don't last to long here.

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Holly Cow! It is 3:45 am here in Orlando, Fl. We have 35 degree temperature outside with 20 mph winds out of the north making the wind chill about 30 degrees or lower. The coldest I have seen here in 25 years. Just north of Orlando they say it will get into the 20's with wind chill in the teens.

GLAD I GOT HEAT. HaHaHaHa!!!!!

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I lived in Pembroke Pines in South Florida from 2003-2006 and I remembered we had some cold snaps. I found this web site and luck out in choosing January 2003, my first winter there. 33.8 on January 21. I remember that there was frost on the lawns.

https://www.almanac.com/weather/hist...es/2003-01-24#
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How i wish our place is cold like yours
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How i wish our place is cold like yours
We had some issues with heat and I started planting Mahogany Trees 9 years ago around the home and also fruit trees it sure brought down that heat especially on the Western side, many of the trees are 60 feet now, we haven't had to use the airconditoner for a couple months now.
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hey M.C.A.---- how many permits did you get to plant all those trees????? hahahhahahahha you know here in the states it is a nightmare to get permits to plant trees.

A person has to have a lot plan showing where the trees will be plants. then only certain types of trees are approved.

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hey M.C.A.---- how many permits did you get to plant all those trees????? hahahhahahahha you know here in the states it is a nightmare to get permits to plant trees.

A person has to have a lot plan showing where the trees will be plants. then only certain types of trees are approved.

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Wow isn't that insane? If I had to return stateside I'd live out in the country I can't stand rules.

My Calamansi trees are getting larger they bear fruit constantly and we just got finished harvesting a bunch of Gabi (taro root), I planted so much that it should get me year round, we sold some to the In-laws so now they don't steal from me anymore they buy it.
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hey M.C.A.---- how many permits did you get to plant all those trees????? hahahhahahahha you know here in the states it is a nightmare to get permits to plant trees.

A person has to have a lot plan showing where the trees will be plants. then only certain types of trees are approved.

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Hear you art and from a different perspective, 16 or 17 years ago we purchased a 50 acre lot, where we are now and it's not sold. Fingers crossed.
40 of those acres were inaccessible, black wattle, lantana, groundsill, wild tobacco and a plethora of other rubbish, poison peach, Chinese elm etc.
I approached the lands department regarding this for clearing, yes no problem it's all rubbish,,,,,,, what do you mean "it's all rubbish"? I am looking at your land on a satellite image and you can lay waste to it. Thank you sir, can you confirm this in an email? Yep, done and dusted.
We had a D6 in and I asked Jim (the operator) that if he saw anything of value to leave and not destroy, yes not a problem, he left cedar, bumpy and crows ash and the creek line alone. Unfortunately there was Chinese Elm in the creek line and still there, not spreading though. The pastures are fantastic now and we have stands of selected trees. The creek line even with a few Chinese elms still boasts elk and stag horns, a prolific variety of orchids, ferns, fungi and a plethora of wildlife, a beautiful sight to behold that was inaccessible 15 years ago without a fight.
As for planting trees/shrubs? 3 thousand plus here and never a permit, wether indigenous or exotic no questions asked. (never knew I had to so plod on regardless) Yet again another rant and I hope I don't get slapped as it's sort of on topic,,,,, BTW after months of drought it won't stop raining, we see mid 30C with high humidity (sweat your guts out) then mid 20C with low humidity but all in all I am very thankful for the rain even though I b*tch about it.

Art, I'm very happy that we have A/C here as well as PH. Left the chills of central Victoria (Oz) over 20 years ago and won't go back.

Cheers, Steve.
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Left the chills of central Victoria (Oz) over 20 years ago and won't go back.
I left Sydney in 1984. I was there briefly in winter a few years back. F#@%K, how does anybody live in this cold
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