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Old 10-10-2013, 11:46 AM   #32
dknotty
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Originally Posted by jussumman View Post
If you are able to, keep tabs of the weather conditions and plan on days more optimal for playing/sessions. Rain is bad but wind is a pain, but so can be heat waves, I find that I enjoy my day more being productive in the coolness of my home than outside in such conditions, not fun. Unless you're a pro of course, that's another matter. Oh yeah if you do have such a bad day. Pizza, ice cream and foot massage always help.
It was a real pain yesterday, my eyes were streaming in the wind and I couldn't see properly. Nightmare!
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