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I'm moving up there in a few months, kinda looking forward to actually having 4 seasons again... Texas was 80 today, and probably won't get all that much colder until the 3 weeks of winter, then back up to 100 days of > 100f.

 

I’m originally from "So <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com><st1:City w:st=</st1:City><st1:place w:st="on">Cal"</st1:place>, I'm with ya on the four seasons! I dig it here in CO almost as much as I love cars

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That's funny - I grew up in Anaheim, CA (back when there were still orange trees around) lived 35 years in the Philly suburbs with spring, summer, WINTER(snow and ice), fall, and I can say that the mild weather suits me just fine here in Huntington Beach. I have had a lifetime of snow, ice, dark dreary winters. I love the fall, but it's the winter that was not a favorite and I gladly give it up!

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That's funny - I grew up in Anaheim, CA (back when there were still orange trees around) lived 35 years in the Philly suburbs with spring, summer, WINTER(snow and ice), fall, and I can say that the mild weather suits me just fine here in Huntington Beach. I have had a lifetime of snow, ice, dark dreary winters. I love the fall, but it's the winter that was not a favorite and I gladly give it up!

 

We are having fantastic weather here in Illinois now. Fall and less humid sunny and in the low 80's. Great weather for a Sunday cruise on the two lane county roads. Just must watch out for the farm tractors, it is harvest season.

Winter wonderland is coming though, glad to be retired on those snowy mornings.

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That's funny - I grew up in Anaheim, CA (back when there were still orange trees around) lived 35 years in the Philly suburbs with spring, summer, WINTER(snow and ice), fall, and I can say that the mild weather suits me just fine here in Huntington Beach. I have had a lifetime of snow, ice, dark dreary winters. I love the fall, but it's the winter that was not a favorite and I gladly give it up!

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The weather was crap over at my place (10 min from DIA) but nice today. I am not looking forward to winter. I think it is time to buy an SUV.

 

My Honda will go everywhere I need it to go this winter, and with all this work "detailing and whatnot" done this summer. I have long awaited some snowboarding at Breck and keystone...

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