If you want to relax- make your home real nice or buy a camper, and don't eat out.....

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Try that in Tampa in August. 95 degrees, steambath humidity, blazing sun interspersed with lightning-filled deluges...every day. 80 and humid at night, not a breath of wind.

Even my wife, who considers 90 degrees no big deal, found it brutal.
I did it two week ago on a fishing trip it was 96 in the day with 88% humidity and only got to 80 that night. But i can handle it fine because i live without a/c.
 

BeerCan

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Try that in Tampa in August. 95 degrees, steambath humidity, blazing sun interspersed with lightning-filled deluges...every day. 80 and humid at night, not a breath of wind.

Even my wife, who considers 90 degrees no big deal, found it brutal.
Exactly why I am moving :) Well there are other reasons as well but the heat is one of them.
 
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