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03-03-2011 06:14 PM
MissC
Re: making liners

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the coldest weather ive ever been in is 19F.

That's still shorts/tee/flipflops weather!
03-03-2011 05:59 PM
CritterHeaven
Re: making liners

SOme snow is nice. I like to see the seasons change. But 8 months of winter...that I can do without. Though I do not like the NC summers, I dont mind the winter and spring and fall are gorgeous here.

My duaghter was born here and absolutely loves it when it snows. Or when we go back to visit family at Christmas.
03-03-2011 05:40 PM
MoonBean
Re: making liners

We had snow flurries in January. It last about 10 minutes. Nothing stuck to the ground. I live in northern Florida. I only own one sweater. I own 5 pairs of flip-flops and no boots. My kids, ages 16 and 10, have NEVER seen actual snow, the flurries made them squeal and dance around the front yard. In T-shirts.

I did live in Iceland as a child and have had the "pleasure" of blizzards and 6 foot snow drifts. I'll stay in Florida now, thanks
03-03-2011 05:16 PM
Bee
Re: making liners

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I will say that one of the best things about growing up in the south is how magical I find snow to be. No matter where I am or what I'm doing, if just one teensy tiny snowflake appears, I'm like a kid in a candy store. OMGGGGGG SNOOWWWWWW!!!!! It's pretty great.

i honestly have never seen it the closest i got was a "flurry" it left some form of snow/ice/idk what it was on my windsheild and the coldest weather ive ever been in is 19F.
03-03-2011 05:05 PM
abrowndog
Re: making liners

I am from Southern CA and the farthest north I will move is Southern VA. In my house snow is a four letter word that looks like this: *#&*.

Now I have to go wash out my mouth with soap.
03-03-2011 04:57 PM
cylaura
Re: making liners

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i live in Florida (Miami) what is winter ? what is snow ? i have never of these such things !


I will say that one of the best things about growing up in the south is how magical I find snow to be. No matter where I am or what I'm doing, if just one teensy tiny snowflake appears, I'm like a kid in a candy store. OMGGGGGG SNOOWWWWWW!!!!! It's pretty great.

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Canada: eight months of Winter and three months of bad sledding.
03-03-2011 04:53 PM
MissC
Re: making liners

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i live in Florida (Miami) what is winter ? what is snow ? i have never of these such things !
Never, ever, EVER say this to a Canadian who has been trapped inside for a week cuz of the 6 inches of blowing snow and biting wind dropping the temperature to -42 with the windchill...especially after mid-February. Canada: eight months of Winter and three months of bad sledding.

We cplain about it but we're a hardy bunch - no REAL Canadian lets cold, miserable weather stop them from doing something. I mean, how could we? We'd never do anything.
03-03-2011 03:45 PM
Bee
Re: making liners

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Originally Posted by CritterHeaven
I heard a funny saying when I moved to North Carolina from central Canada.

"I golf in the 70's. If it is any colder than that I go home!"
I have lived in NC for (mostly) my whole life - can't say I don't agree! I don't know how you Canadians (heck, anywhere north of Maryland really!) do it. Anything colder than 50 or so and I'm shivering in my booties.
i live in Florida (Miami) what is winter ? what is snow ? i have never of these such things !
03-03-2011 03:36 PM
cylaura
Re: making liners

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I heard a funny saying when I moved to North Carolina from central Canada.

"I golf in the 70's. If it is any colder than that I go home!"
I have lived in NC for (mostly) my whole life - can't say I don't agree! I don't know how you Canadians (heck, anywhere north of Maryland really!) do it. Anything colder than 50 or so and I'm shivering in my booties.
03-03-2011 03:26 PM
abrowndog
Re: making liners

What's funny?

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