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3/4/13 7:05 P

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Thanks for the suggestions. I think adding a turtle neck and a layer under my bottoms should do the trick.

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3/4/13 1:42 P

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I'm in MO. and the weather here has been crazy (up's and emoticon then downs) but I go with the layering. We have had some early mornings down in the teens with wind chills and it works pretty good emoticon

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3/4/13 12:33 P

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I live in South Florida and don't have to be too concerned about staying warm all winter.
There is one exception this morning.
It was really cold here and perfect for a long walk.
Put on my warmest clothing and hoodie jacket with gloves.
It was 5:30 am when I started out. I was freezing!
As my walk continued my body warmed up a little and it was quite pleasant.
The pedometer read 8 1/2 miles.
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3/4/13 8:25 A

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I am in Minnesota and it is 23 here this morning and expecting snow. Layer are the way to go also make sure you have warm gloves or mitten and a hat and scarf help also.

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3/4/13 6:48 A

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Layering! tights under sweat pants, long sleeve T-shirt and one or two sweat shirts! The layers help keep the heat in. emoticon

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3/4/13 6:39 A

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Not to be fussy, but I'm cold! I live in the South, so I can hardly fuss, but it has been a cold year for us. I have refused to join the gym--I have a dog, and I have a great neighborhood, and walking is free and doesn't (usually) provoke my pain issues. I had such a good thing going, then the cold hit.

What are your suggestions for staying warm?

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