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There's snow where me and Tugman live from mid- to late-October until May. The snow's not that bad where we live, we get about eight feet every winter, but it gets very bad in other parts of the state with less-moderate climates.
Yea, the largest state buried under water. Psh. Anyways, Alaska was one of the states my husband had the potential of being located to for the Air Force... and I was hoping and hoping and hoping that we would NOT get put up there. Mainly because, I don't like to tolerate living in constant cold weather. It's the laziest weather you could put me in. I like heat. Arizona is great. Just needs more grass.
No way! Maine?! I went up there when I was like 14, as a road trip with family in Mass, and as soon as I stepped out of the car, I felt like I was melting (and dying). It has the most humid weather I have EVER been into. It was horrible. You must be REALLY use to it though...unless you never leave the house.
Yeah, you and me both. I don't know about you but I'm waiting for the big one to hit. I'll either end up with beach front property or perish. Unless the state goes bankrupt by then and I'm forced to move ;)