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RE: Troy endzone facility rendering/progress
We've officially derailed this thread again, so I'll join in. Kidd Brewer Stadium is at 3,333 feet. I live around 4000 feet around 18 minutes from campus and the peak of Grandfather mountain (just shy of 6,000 feet) is about 13 minutes or 8ish miles from me. We have an average HIGH temp of 77 in July/August. After a few years in the Middle East, and my time in the deepish south while stateside, that's a major factor in why we live here. As far as Sun Belt folks who might have experienced the area's mountains, ask Georgia Southern or Georgia State. Maybe this fall will bring some more Boone weather for the Sun Belt. Georgia State is the only team that has experienced the "is this really North Carolina?" factor since we've joined the FBS ranks. My hills are bigger than yours.
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1 am EST
Boone, NC 3300 feet , Temp 62 degrees
Cerro Punta, Chiriqui, Panama, 6500 feet, Temp 58 degrees

My hill yada yada...

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(06-20-2017 09:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  We've officially derailed this thread again, so I'll join in. Kidd Brewer Stadium is at 3,333 feet. I live around 4000 feet around 18 minutes from campus and the peak of Grandfather mountain (just shy of 6,000 feet) is about 13 minutes or 8ish miles from me. We have an average HIGH temp of 77 in July/August. After a few years in the Middle East, and my time in the deepish south while stateside, that's a major factor in why we live here. As far as Sun Belt folks who might have experienced the area's mountains, ask Georgia Southern or Georgia State. Maybe this fall will bring some more Boone weather for the Sun Belt. Georgia State is the only team that has experienced the "is this really North Carolina?" factor since we've joined the FBS ranks. My hills are bigger than yours.




My brother has very nice homes in Arkansas and Florida. Both area's are hot and humid and is the reason he is now building on top of Banner Elk. I'm claiming the guest house and know I will really enjoy the summer months. May also use to see the Neer's play from time to time.
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(06-29-2017 01:06 PM)Florida RedWolf Wrote:  
(06-20-2017 09:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  We've officially derailed this thread again, so I'll join in. Kidd Brewer Stadium is at 3,333 feet. I live around 4000 feet around 18 minutes from campus and the peak of Grandfather mountain (just shy of 6,000 feet) is about 13 minutes or 8ish miles from me. We have an average HIGH temp of 77 in July/August. After a few years in the Middle East, and my time in the deepish south while stateside, that's a major factor in why we live here. As far as Sun Belt folks who might have experienced the area's mountains, ask Georgia Southern or Georgia State. Maybe this fall will bring some more Boone weather for the Sun Belt. Georgia State is the only team that has experienced the "is this really North Carolina?" factor since we've joined the FBS ranks. My hills are bigger than yours.




My brother has very nice homes in Arkansas and Florida. Both area's are hot and humid and is the reason he is now building on top of Banner Elk. I'm claiming the guest house and know I will really enjoy the summer months. May also use to see the Neer's play from time to time.


Great, just what we need...more Floridians. Ahhhh
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(06-29-2017 01:29 PM)HighCountry Wrote:  
(06-29-2017 01:06 PM)Florida RedWolf Wrote:  
(06-20-2017 09:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  We've officially derailed this thread again, so I'll join in. Kidd Brewer Stadium is at 3,333 feet. I live around 4000 feet around 18 minutes from campus and the peak of Grandfather mountain (just shy of 6,000 feet) is about 13 minutes or 8ish miles from me. We have an average HIGH temp of 77 in July/August. After a few years in the Middle East, and my time in the deepish south while stateside, that's a major factor in why we live here. As far as Sun Belt folks who might have experienced the area's mountains, ask Georgia Southern or Georgia State. Maybe this fall will bring some more Boone weather for the Sun Belt. Georgia State is the only team that has experienced the "is this really North Carolina?" factor since we've joined the FBS ranks. My hills are bigger than yours.




My brother has very nice homes in Arkansas and Florida. Both area's are hot and humid and is the reason he is now building on top of Banner Elk. I'm claiming the guest house and know I will really enjoy the summer months. May also use to see the Neer's play from time to time.


Great, just what we need...more Floridians. Ahhhh

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35 in a 55, blue hair, $80,000 vehicle. Yep theres the Florida tag! How sweet, she tapped her breaks. *follows her home to make sure she's ok*
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(06-20-2017 09:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  We've officially derailed this thread again, so I'll join in. Kidd Brewer Stadium is at 3,333 feet. I live around 4000 feet around 18 minutes from campus and the peak of Grandfather mountain (just shy of 6,000 feet) is about 13 minutes or 8ish miles from me. We have an average HIGH temp of 77 in July/August. After a few years in the Middle East, and my time in the deepish south while stateside, that's a major factor in why we live here. As far as Sun Belt folks who might have experienced the area's mountains, ask Georgia Southern or Georgia State. Maybe this fall will bring some more Boone weather for the Sun Belt. Georgia State is the only team that has experienced the "is this really North Carolina?" factor since we've joined the FBS ranks. My hills are bigger than yours.

When I was a trumpet player in college we passed through the mountains on the way to Amhurst. Loved the mountain atmosphere. I need a vacation.
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(06-29-2017 01:29 PM)HighCountry Wrote:  
(06-29-2017 01:06 PM)Florida RedWolf Wrote:  
(06-20-2017 09:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  We've officially derailed this thread again, so I'll join in. Kidd Brewer Stadium is at 3,333 feet. I live around 4000 feet around 18 minutes from campus and the peak of Grandfather mountain (just shy of 6,000 feet) is about 13 minutes or 8ish miles from me. We have an average HIGH temp of 77 in July/August. After a few years in the Middle East, and my time in the deepish south while stateside, that's a major factor in why we live here. As far as Sun Belt folks who might have experienced the area's mountains, ask Georgia Southern or Georgia State. Maybe this fall will bring some more Boone weather for the Sun Belt. Georgia State is the only team that has experienced the "is this really North Carolina?" factor since we've joined the FBS ranks. My hills are bigger than yours.




My brother has very nice homes in Arkansas and Florida. Both area's are hot and humid and is the reason he is now building on top of Banner Elk. I'm claiming the guest house and know I will really enjoy the summer months. May also use to see the Neer's play from time to time.


Great, just what we need...more Floridians. Ahhhh



Not really Floridians, just relocated Arkansas flatlanders.
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