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Posted: 12/17/11 07:59pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Air conditioner?
Never use it.
Turn it on once or twice a season to keep it freed up.

Eight five is just right for me.
I usually take a jacket when going out.

I spent the first three quarter of my life beng cold,
have no intention of paying sno bird prices to do the same.


Life is short,Death is long,
Take a vacation.

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fla-gypsy wrote:

thecampingman wrote:

fla-gypsy wrote:

JohnDoe wrote:

FLA-GYPSY You made my point, it gets COLD in north Florida in Jan and Feb, most snow birders want warmer then 30 deg at night, spending a bundle to get to warm weather I expect warm weather.


Those occasional 32* nights lead to 75*+ days. It doesn't get much better than that unless you just like that rat race down south.


I clicked on the link to your camping photos and was greeted with pop ups about "Virus Protection".

I had to throw my computer into forced shutdown to keep their******from being loaded to my computer, because everybody knows those places "infect" your computer so they can swoop in and "save" it for a fee.

You ought to take down the link to your photos.



I was going to say something about the rat race down here, so now I'll try to say it without sounding snippy.

There are lots of snowbirds in Ft Myers, for a very good reason, it's warm here. But the tourists are a minor segment of the population. And they all go to the same places.
At any given time of day half of them occupy SR 41, the other half is in Walmart. They go to Fort Myers Beach.
There are 5 other beaches. There are 3 freeways to take the congestion off of SR 41. If you go to Target it's so vacant you'll wonder if they're closing.
Avoiding the crowds is about as difficult as stepping out of the path of a moving bus.
Lee County has an amazing infrastructure to handle tourism. In the places I frequent the "crowds" are flocks of birds, alligators & manatees.


The link is to my Webshots page which is reputable site. Any ADS connected to it are the sole responsibility of Webshots. When I click it I get no such AD and I have no intention of taking it down. With nearly 500,000 views I believe it is safe.

Thanks for checking and your reply. We all have our little paranoias and mine is computer viruses. Our entire business is on this computer. We're considering a separate computer just for the business.


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thecampingman wrote:

fla-gypsy wrote:

thecampingman wrote:

fla-gypsy wrote:

JohnDoe wrote:

FLA-GYPSY You made my point, it gets COLD in north Florida in Jan and Feb, most snow birders want warmer then 30 deg at night, spending a bundle to get to warm weather I expect warm weather.


Those occasional 32* nights lead to 75*+ days. It doesn't get much better than that unless you just like that rat race down south.


I clicked on the link to your camping photos and was greeted with pop ups about "Virus Protection".

I had to throw my computer into forced shutdown to keep their******from being loaded to my computer, because everybody knows those places "infect" your computer so they can swoop in and "save" it for a fee.

You ought to take down the link to your photos.



I was going to say something about the rat race down here, so now I'll try to say it without sounding snippy.

There are lots of snowbirds in Ft Myers, for a very good reason, it's warm here. But the tourists are a minor segment of the population. And they all go to the same places.
At any given time of day half of them occupy SR 41, the other half is in Walmart. They go to Fort Myers Beach.
There are 5 other beaches. There are 3 freeways to take the congestion off of SR 41. If you go to Target it's so vacant you'll wonder if they're closing.
Avoiding the crowds is about as difficult as stepping out of the path of a moving bus.
Lee County has an amazing infrastructure to handle tourism. In the places I frequent the "crowds" are flocks of birds, alligators & manatees.


The link is to my Webshots page which is reputable site. Any ADS connected to it are the sole responsibility of Webshots. When I click it I get no such AD and I have no intention of taking it down. With nearly 500,000 views I believe it is safe.

Thanks for checking and your reply. We all have our little paranoias and mine is computer viruses. Our entire business is on this computer. We're considering a separate computer just for the business.


Not a problem, I am sure it was a suspicious AD being run by the website. Anti virus programs do not like many ADS.


This member is not responsible for opinions that are inaccurate due to faulty information provided by the original poster. Use them at your own discretion.

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