176/365: It ain't easy being green

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    For today's Flickr Group Roulette : Flickr Green pool. Well sort of anyway. I didn't fully read the description before taking the picture.

    This is my thermostat set for 60 degrees during the day and night and a mere 69 degrees during the evening.

    While my 365 for this day didn't really show much of me, Mrs.Thomas did take a picture of me to use with her project.

    dreaming in blues, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. dreaming in blues 74 months ago | reply

      we are the other way....60 or off at night and 64-66 day....Unless someone is sick....then it is 68 day and 64 night......we are not being green.....we are being cheap! LOL....

    2. Snowfire11♥ 74 months ago | reply

      Ours is almost always right around 65 or so - except for the few short hours in the evening when we're there and awake and I bump it up to 68. We have a very cool touchscreen thermostat, but I usually just do it all manually on override over the program because we're home at such different times all the time.

      I'm not being green or cheap, but I like it cold - especially at night!

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    3. Mr.Thomas 74 months ago | reply

      Wow, and I thought we were setting it cold at 69. Mrs.Thomas and I do enjoy the low temperature at night. It makes the bed that much more comfortable and warm. We have tried 68 before, but it just feels so much colder. The digital thermostat was a great energy(cost) saving feature, since you can program the times to adjust the temperature.

    4. Ricbro85 [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      you coming to the other side of the door , to see the people,

    5. Ricbro85 [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      door to Flickr, code needed

    6. meggyecske [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      Clever idea! Nice job!

    7. Mr.Thomas 74 months ago | reply

      5-3-1-8-0-0-8
      Thank you.

    8. Ricbro85 [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      thanks i can come in,

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