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    Good ol oklahoma heat today. I had a roof job that took 2 hours to do. Being on the roof that long melted my shoes. Aside from being completely drenched with sweat and border line passing out the job got done and I headed home for the day. Hope everyone is staying hydrated and eating right these times Josh

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    i've got a camera roof job tomorrow, but i hope at 9 am i'll stay cool. it was a hot one today out here too. by noon my t shirt was 50% wet even working under a shaded playground canopy. friday is an all day jetting job outside. hopefully it cools off or i might turn the jet on myself.

    Rick.
    phoebe it is

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      hydration is very important here. i'll easily drink 1.5-2 litres of water a day. I've been known to go through 3 or more work shirts and 2 pairs of shorts in a day. my work sneakers have been drenched from sweat to the point they are not wearable for a day or so.
      In the never ending struggle to keep the water flowing.... The Poo Poo Cowboy rides again!!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by itsjosh33 View Post
        Good ol oklahoma heat today. I had a roof job that took 2 hours to do. Being on the roof that long melted my shoes. Aside from being completely drenched with sweat and border line passing out the job got done and I headed home for the day. Hope everyone is staying hydrated and eating right these times Josh


        I was in Tulsa over the holiday weekend and yes, it was hot. Didn't the steady 30+ mph, 105 degree wind keep you dry up on the roof? I fished a lot while I was there, caught more largemouths than I could count but only in the early mornings and evenings.

        David

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