On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 9:57 AM, Craig Ede <craig...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking to replace the remote work with something local to my new
> region. 100% screen time wears on one after awhile.
> We'll see how the new climate treats us. I have to say that the last
> winter in Eugene, OR was in some ways more grim than in MN. As I told
> people there, at least when it 20 below in Minnesota, the sun is shining!
> Seattle had more rain last winter than any time since before the town was
> made by the Klondike gold rush in the very late 1800s.
In the late '90s or maybe early '00s, I taught a week of FM classes in a
city just north of Seattle. It was sunny, warm, and dry, every day. People
in class said, "It's like this all year. We just put out those stories
about the rain, to keep people from moving here."
> And you guys in MN have been having a bit of warm spell for a while,
> haven't you?
Yes, very. I've taken it personally, since I started daily walking three
miles around the lake near my house in Minneapolis a few weeks ago, and
it's mostly been in the 80°-mid-90° range, except for the one day on which
a sudden near-tornadic storm popped up.
Right now I'm residing in Puebla, Mexico, which has a pretty darn good
> climate year round. Nowhere near the beach though, which is good by me.
Sounds like "Margaritaville." Enjoy!
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