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Do you build more projects in the Summer or Winter?

Do you have a heated shop?  An air-conditioned one?  Do you work in your garage or outside?  The type of shop you have probably helps to determine when you build your projects the most... so what is it?  Summer or Winter (and everything in between)?

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I live in sunny Southern California, just east of San Diego. During the summer when is is a nice 85 in San Diego, it'll be more like 105 at my house.

Frank Gardecki said:
Where do you live ? My guess is near a desert or on the sun . thats too hot for me!!!

Johnny D. Rich said:
My shop is a ghost town in the summer. With the temperature at times reaching 120 degrees in my shop during the summer I tend to stay away from that hell hole.
Thats the easy life . You should experience getting up 2 hours before you have to work to shov el 6 inches of snow  !!!!!!

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