[sac-forum] Re: weather

So, does this imply that most folks will opt not to make the trek - only
to invite aggravation? 

Nuts!  And one of my best opportunities to join in (dodging weekend
kids' activities).

Plus, I was going to bring along a new toy for first light in honor of
the event.  Guess it'll have to be north valley murk for that.

Darrell Spencer  

-----Original Message-----
From: sac-forum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:sac-forum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Richard Harshaw
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2007 8:43 AM
To: sac-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [sac-forum] Re: weather

The weather graph on this URL:

http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/forecast/MapClick.php?site=psr&smap=1&textField1
=32.
94778&textField2=-112.71611&FcstType=graphical

when set for Gila Bend and looking ahead two days starting at noon on
Friday
does not look promising vis a vis sky transparency.  They are showing
50%
blockage on Friday night and 31% blockage on Saturday.

Dad-blasted cloud express train off the Pacific and Baja!  Grrrr!

Andrew, I'd be interested in your caching software too.  Maybe we can
talk
about it at the next meeting?


Dick H


-----Original Message-----
From: sac-forum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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On Behalf Of Andrew Goodwin
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2007 8:24 AM
To: sac-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [sac-forum] weather

   Well all this talk of the name and place has made the weather gods 
angry. Looks like we will have a cloudy night both Friday and Saturday. 
Could Pierre be behind this?

   Rick let me know when you get your Garmin so I can send you maps and 
waypoints. The new firmware interfaces with Google earth and geocaching 
very well and you can load caches from geocaching com with one click. 
Very cool.

Andrew






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