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#46 pherank

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Posted 13 June 2013 - 07:50 PM

 

I could live there, if it weren't for the weather.

Ah, the weather is one of the reasons I stay!

 

 

It's a perfect fit for you then. It's much the same thing in Alaska - some people really don't mind being cut off from civilization for much of the year - that's the point. I assume Seattle people really don't mind the wet and cold. I like a certain amount of actual seasons (which is why I so miss Northern Cal), but I couldn't deal with 7 month winters.



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Posted 13 June 2013 - 08:04 PM

Well, it's more like fall weather 7 months of the year - we really don't get much true mid-west style winter here.  But if you don't mind, please keep spreading your perspective about Seattle around - we want people to visit and then go home.  The prices are already out of control.  tiphat.gif



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Posted 13 June 2013 - 08:45 PM

Well, it's more like fall weather 7 months of the year - we really don't get much true mid-west style winter here.  But if you don't mind, please keep spreading your perspective about Seattle around - we want people to visit and then go home.  The prices are already out of control.  tiphat.gif

Absolutely -- we prefer that people think it rains all the time here.  And that if you stand still too long, the moss grows on your north side.



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Posted 13 June 2013 - 08:56 PM

 

Well, it's more like fall weather 7 months of the year - we really don't get much true mid-west style winter here.  But if you don't mind, please keep spreading your perspective about Seattle around - we want people to visit and then go home.  The prices are already out of control.  tiphat.gif

Absolutely -- we prefer that people think it rains all the time here.  And that if you stand still too long, the moss grows on your north side.

 

 

I've already got that problem with the moss growing, so in the sun I shall stay.  ;)




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