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    For those of you in a warm climate

    This is what the entry to my shop looks like, looking out:







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    It does not look like spring is just around the corner for you, Ken. It does look pretty. How do you heat your shop?
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    Entry door to my shop
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    Ken i don't miss that at all. And here i've been complaining about the 3or 4 inches we had the other week. It was gone in 2 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    How do you heat your shop?
    I have an Empire propane heater. Runs without an outside electric source, and vents thru the wall. Warm, quiet and reliable.

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    Wow, that's impressive. We have a couple of inches on the ground, but it's melting fast....
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    Wow Ken I thought we were the great white north
    Around here in TO area were melting fast.
    Had little come down yesterday but it melted today.
    I have about 30% grass showing in the back yard.
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia White View Post
    We have a couple of inches on the ground, but it's melting fast....
    and when I step off the path I snowshoed for the dogs, I'm in up to my knee...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post

    Entry door to my shop
    Hey Don, Be sure to send us a pic in Aug when it's 120 degrees at midnight (been there, done that). Just busting you (I lived there in 91-92...they say it's not the first summer that gets to you...it's the second and beyond)

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    It was really cold and awful here in Tokyo last Sunday as you can see by all the extra layers of clothes we had to wear on our club ride....

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