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Old 05-25-2017, 10:28 AM   #1
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Rally in Florida?

Does anyone know if there are any upcoming FG Rally's in Florida?
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Old 05-29-2017, 07:51 AM   #2
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Maybe you already have your answer, but the place to look is the Rally Map in the "More" tab at the top of the page. (On the app you can find the link in one of the sticky threads in the Rallies section.)

My guess is that rallies in Florida would be in the cooler months.
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Maybe you already have your answer, but the place to look is the Rally Map in the "More" tab at the top of the page. (On the app you can find the link in one of the sticky threads in the Rallies section.)

My guess is that rallies in Florida would be in the cooler months.
Sorry, Jon, but I have to ask. What cooler months?
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Sorry, Jon, but I have to ask. What cooler months?
Not Jon, but that would be Dec, Jan and Feb.
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There's one this weekend at the Suwannee Music Park in beautiful Live Oak, Florida! Check it out on the FGRV calendar. We're planning to be there.
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Not Jon, but that would be Dec, Jan and Feb.
Sorry for the mistake, George.
But having lived in Florida since 1985, I have seen 80°+ temperatures in all three of those months!
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Search FB or Casita Forum for Florida Egg Rally and S' More. There is one in January at and one in March.
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Having visited Florida in August ,September ,January ,February and March ,we have encountered only a few days of mild ,comfortable weather and they were the exception to the rule and we were in the Florida Panhandle. Having to sit inside our trailer all day with the A/C on full blast is not our idea of a vacation.
Northern Georgia up in the mountains was much more to our liking.

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Having visited Florida in August ,September ,January ,February and March ,we have encountered only a few days of mild ,comfortable weather and they were the exception to the rule and we were in the Florida Panhandle. Having to sit inside our trailer all day with the A/C on full blast is not our idea of a vacation.
Northern Georgia up in the mountains was much more to our liking.

** The high today here in Northern Wisconsin is supposed to be
56 deg F **
In the 32 years I have lived in Florida, while I have seen a few 80°+ days in January, February, and March, I could count on one hand the number of times I had to run the air conditioner. August and September almost definitely, but only a glutton for punishment or an "uninformed" person would purposely vacation in Florida during the "summer" months! Or parents of children who just must visit the Mouse. Temperatures during the "winter" months were like those in spring/early summer when I lived in NH. I did see snow flurries here one time.
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In the 32 years I have lived in Florida, while I have seen a few 80°+ days in January, February, and March, I could count on one hand the number of times I had to run the air conditioner. August and September almost definitely, but only a glutton for punishment or an "uninformed" person would purposely vacation in Florida during the "summer" months! Or parents of children who just must visit the Mouse.
I was in Florida during August / September because of a seminar / conference I had to attend . They chose August because a conference center and rooms were available. The choice was not mine to make.
I do not like heat so any time temps are above 70 deg , I am uncomfortable . That's why we now spend our winters in NW Wisconsin , we find the climate more enjoyable.
In the Winter we go to Iowa or Missouri if we want to get out of the cold for a few days .
Nothing against Florida , it's just too hot and humid for us.
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I was in Florida during August / September because of a seminar / conference I had to attend . They chose August because a conference center and rooms were available. The choice was not mine to make.
I do not like heat so any time temps are above 70 deg , I am uncomfortable . That's why we now spend our winters in NW Wisconsin , we find the climate more enjoyable.
In the Winter we go to Iowa or Missouri if we want to get out of the cold for a few days .
Nothing against Florida , it's just too hot and humid for us.
You definitely have my sympathies. They couldn't have found another location for the seminar at that time of the year? That sucks! One has to live in Florida for some time in order to get acclimatized. Even so, I try to go North for much of the summer. When it gets below 55°, I put on a light jacket. If I had to move back to New England, I think I would "die" for a couple of years until I got reacclimatized to winter temps.
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