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post #21 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 07:38 PM
I loved the weather in Colorado. It would snow one day and the sun would be out the next day.
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post #22 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 07:52 PM
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Yikes! 110-120...I'd melt. But I do agree dry heat is better than humid heat.


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Stop with the heat. What are ya? Junebugs? I will say though, when it gets to be 100 here in CO it doesn't feel like it. All ya'll back east can keep that humidity too. 90 degrees with about 5% humidity and it's gorgeous here.

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post #24 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 08:05 PM
I was visiting friends in Colorado about 8 years ago and it was about 85 degrees. They were all complaining about how hot it was and it just didn't feel that hot to me.
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post #25 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 08:07 PM
Ugh I can't stand the humidity! I loved it in Montana and Wyoming. I plan on moving to Wyoming. Everyone is so nice there! When my friend and I were walking on the side walk, people just stopped to say hi and we were like ummm are they going to kidnap us??lol It's sad how we think if someone does something nice for us, somethings wrong. CT people are so stuck up it's ridiculous. I really can't stand living here. Hopefully my mother doesn't have a stroke from me moving to the other side of the US (she's VERY controlling).lol *rolls eyes*


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post #26 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 08:15 PM
I don't find people in Kentucky to be as friendly as they are in Colorado, either. Here you could be drowning and they'd just look at you and say "oh, isn't that too bad". In Colorado, they'd jump in and try to save you.
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post #27 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 08:15 PM
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Well kind of offtopic, but Mean Harri got me excited for June bugs! i love those little guys...in moderation. I used to live close to water and they'd come out like a plague!


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post #28 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 08:31 PM
I love when I go to my grandparents house in the summer. The peep frogs make noises that go on all night. The sound is soo soothing. For some reason we've have lady bugs in our house for the last couple weeks.lol


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Ugh I can't stand the humidity! I loved it in Montana and Wyoming. I plan on moving to Wyoming. Everyone is so nice there! When my friend and I were walking on the side walk, people just stopped to say hi and we were like ummm are they going to kidnap us??lol It's sad how we think if someone does something nice for us, somethings wrong. CT people are so stuck up it's ridiculous. I really can't stand living here. Hopefully my mother doesn't have a stroke from me moving to the other side of the US (she's VERY controlling).lol *rolls eyes*
Come on out. I live 25 miles from Cheyenne. I love Wyoming. The wind gets old after awhile but it is gorgeous.

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Come on out. I live 25 miles from Cheyenne. I love Wyoming. The wind gets old after awhile but it is gorgeous.
Wind? I hate wind. It messes up the surf and it messes up my hair, lol.

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