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Jun 22, 2017 18:02:12   #
daf40
 
This is how we fry eggs in Arizona in the summer. (It was only 127.6 degrees in the sun when this picture was taken-- but then, it's only June. Wait until it gets hot!)



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Jun 22, 2017 18:03:49   #
Wingpilot (a regular here)
 
Egads!!

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Jun 22, 2017 18:07:14   #
Peterff
 
daf40 wrote:
This is how we fry eggs in Arizona in the summer. (It was only 127.6 degrees in the sun when this picture was taken-- but then, it's only June. Wait until it gets hot!)


Glad I live in the fog belt for a whole variety of reasons. My energy bills for air conditioning are minimal, and heating in winter isn't too bad either.

It's nice and sunny, and a comfortable 75 degrees.

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Jun 22, 2017 18:11:08   #
Jim Bianco
 
I live in Mesa A.Z. and I cooked my whole dinner yesterday in my backyard on a tabletop in the sun. It was a 124 degrees.The meal was great and cheap to cook. Jim Bianco Hotdogs and scrambled eggs.

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Jun 22, 2017 18:18:57   #
boberic (a regular here)
 
daf40 wrote:
This is how we fry eggs in Arizona in the summer. (It was only 127.6 degrees in the sun when this picture was taken-- but then, it's only June. Wait until it gets hot!)


But, It was a dry heat...

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Jun 22, 2017 18:19:09   #
Architect1776 (a regular here)
 
daf40 wrote:
This is how we fry eggs in Arizona in the summer. (It was only 127.6 degrees in the sun when this picture was taken-- but then, it's only June. Wait until it gets hot!)


The heat never bothered me. It was mowing the yard in January just seemed wrong.

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Jun 22, 2017 18:25:38   #
Hal81 (a regular here)
 
I guess Im a spring and fall guy. Never did care for the extreme hot or cold.

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Jun 22, 2017 18:27:58   #
boberic (a regular here)
 
Architect1776 wrote:
The heat never bothered me. It was mowing the yard in January just seemed wrong.


I can't mow my lawn in January.. Too much snow.

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Jun 23, 2017 07:39:42   #
Stash (a regular here)
 
daf40 wrote:
This is how we fry eggs in Arizona in the summer. (It was only 127.6 degrees in the sun when this picture was taken-- but then, it's only June. Wait until it gets hot!)


But it's a dry heat, right?

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Jun 23, 2017 09:39:27   #
nicksr1125
 
I think I would find a spatula with a wooden handle or some asbestos gloves to handle that spatula & frying pan.

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Jun 23, 2017 09:43:58   #
phlash46
 
Dang!

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Jun 24, 2017 00:56:49   #
sailorsmom
 
LOL Ya mean you don't fry them right on the sidewalk? Good shot, daf40!

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Jun 25, 2017 01:13:58   #
DJphoto (a regular here)
 
daf40 wrote:
This is how we fry eggs in Arizona in the summer. (It was only 127.6 degrees in the sun when this picture was taken-- but then, it's only June. Wait until it gets hot!)


We live about 30 miles east of San Francisco and it was between 108.1 and 115.2 between last Sunday and Thursday in our backyard. We viewed that as an opportunity to go to the coast for Thursday and Friday (to Pacific Grove, where the highs were around 73). It finally got below 100 (down to 97.0) today for the first time since June 15, when it was 98.5. As they say, at least it was a dry heat though, with the RH between 7 and 9% on the above 100 days. Oh well. I'd rather it be hot than have to deal with snow.

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Jun 29, 2017 11:52:51   #
BillMac
 
It is hot here when it reaches 78 (80 is a heat wave) and it is cold her when it get down to 42. Heating and cooling bill is not real high but we have to cook on the stove.

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