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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-06-2017, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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30* is a bit chilly to go riding, as is 44* for me right now.

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post #22 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-06-2017, 12:31 PM
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30* is a bit chilly to go riding, as is 44* for me right now.

Well John, you won't ride in the summer because it's too hot and now it's too cold in the winter...

I saw a little motorcycle ride in the kiddie arcade. How does that sound to you?

Room temperature and no traffic.
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Well John, you won't ride in the summer because it's too hot and now it's too cold in the winter...

I saw a little motorcycle ride in the kiddie arcade. How does that sound to you?

Room temperature and no traffic.
Right up my alley Dennis

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post #24 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-09-2017, 12:37 AM
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It has actually been in the 20's. When I rode to work yesterday morning the bike's thermometer kept fluctuating between 26 and 28. Lots of fog. I drove today.

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No flu shots here, I just keep a couple cans of Chicken Noodle soup on the shelf

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I had a full can of Campbells Chicken Noodle soup for lunch today..

I am about a week into a cold, my chest hurts from all of the coughing.

taking all the common things,
Equates "Nyquil" at night,
Guafenesin ( Mucus Relief )
Benedryl

I also use 3% Sodium Simply Saline as a nose spray and throat spray.
the salt helps to break up the phlegm and let you get it out.

no fevers, but I go thru the chills every once in a while, put on a fuzzy soft jacket, and fall asleep in the recliner.... wake up sweating, so take off the jacket and the fuzzy blanket that covers the whole chair.....

then the cycle repeats. argh!!!
Been here in Oologah, OK since Oct 2011 and this is the first cold that I have experienced up here.

I usually don't come down with colds...

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The only "Chicken Noodle Soup" that works is that made from scratch by your mother.

All others are just pale imitations!

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I always get a flu shot and I always wear my rubbers.

should I ask what you use those rubbers for?

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should I ask what you use those rubbers for?
Don't be silly, rubbers are to keep your feet dry. It rains a lot in Seattle.
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