I was in AFROTC, became a 2LT, and flew airplanes for 20 years. And that is how I didn’t get drafted. Had a very low number.
If I go 78 during the day in the summer it will run for about an hour then shut off, then 5 minutes later it come son. We are well insulated, but it it the heat gain on the main roof. Step it down to 78 when the sun goes down, then 76 around 11 until morning when it is back to 80. Heat stays constant. Got to keep the cats happy.
Budget billing from the electric folks also helps during the summer months. Have the A/C set to 80 (main roof faces due west with no shade) and when we turn the heat on it will be to 68. My wife is a quilter so we have plenty of quilts.
Back in the old days mine had bottoms. Besides, you could always tie the bottom off.
Haven’t turn our heat on yet in Az – 39 outside and 66 inside. Normally have it set at 68. Why bother turning it on yet. Grew up in New England and used to houses where the most heat you could get was 66. Oh, and it is supposed to get warmer later in the week.
Hockey socks come up higher and are larger, just sayin…
Will Luann jump and float serenely to the surface with tears or joy? Or will she become a dot on the landscape? Find out on our next episode, same time, same bat channel.
But then they could be the result of standing up in a canoe…
The do do a good job giving back. My I high school (graduated over 50 yrs ago) senior prom was supposed to be there (I think it was last year) and they had to move it due to an additional concert date. The stadium management found them a new place, picked up the entire tab, and gave them a day at the stadium which included significant time on the field.
The stadium is on the site where the old Foxboro Racetrack was located. I remember when they closed the track and started building the stadium. Before Foxboro, the Pats played in Fenway Park, and later Harvard Stadium in Boston. Back when they were the Boston Patriots. I still prefer their old logo with the snarling patriot.