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Old 11-18-2014, 06:36 AM   #1
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Wishing we lived in a warmer climate

I mowed the lawn 4 days ago and woke up to this yesterday morning. Does anyone else have the desire to live in a warmer place?

One of the warmer area's in Canada is the Okanagan Valley. Been there a few times and it is a very nice place. Hummmmmm.
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But if it was warm now it would be too hot in the summer. We see a lot of Canadians when we go south for the winter. Come on down.
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Whoops, forgot to add the image.... Here it is.
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Bob..... Thnxs for the invite. Seems like the logical thing to do. By the way, what's our Canadian dollar worth these days?
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We are thinking of going to Southern Iowa for the winter .
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Old 11-18-2014, 07:39 AM   #6
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Good grief Wayne, get control of your weather up there and try and keep your cold fronts north of the border, : ) it was 6 degrees here in Kansas last night. At least no snow.

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No idea what the Canadian dollar is worth down here, but the running joke is that Florida would be bankrupt if it wasn't for the Canadian snowbirds.
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I feel for you... here in NJ at 9:24am its 24' outside. I used to love the cold but since I lost a 100lbs I lost my insulation so I feel it and hate it. I told my 79yo mother that in 20 years if she is still alive when I retire I am strapping her to a hand truck and we are moving south...she just laughed
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I hear ya guys. The weather has been crazy this year. I don't even have the snow tires on our vehicles yet. Normally do the switch over end of Nov.

In the pic (post #3) you can see most of the leaves are still on the red maple tree. Two years ago they were on the ground by the end of September.

I will never forget as a young teenager, standing on the wharf at Key West on Christmas Day. Oh what a feeling.
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It has been snowing for days now and can quit any time now Ha Ha like the weather will listen. today we have had 9" or 22cm so far!
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I hear ya guys. The weather has been crazy this year. I don't even have the snow tires on our vehicles yet. Normally do the switch over end of Nov.

In the pic (post #3) you can see most of the leaves are still on the red maple tree. Two years ago they were on the ground by the end of September.

I will never forget as a young teenager, standing on the wharf at Key West on Christmas Day. Oh what a feeling.
Often we have snow (a 4 letter word) in late Sept so ours have been on awhile
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Ok...so it may BE cold but that is a BEAUTIFUL picture!

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No idea what the Canadian dollar is worth down here, but the running joke is that Florida would be bankrupt if it wasn't for the Canadian snowbirds.

Only a joke among the snowbirds who clog the highways, restaurants, and hospitals. Florida is much more solvent than most of the states in the northeast. It would easily survive financially if all the snowbirds stayed home.

And the exchange rate, which can vary from day-to-day, is easily determined by a Google search.


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