I get a kick out of hearing all the moaning about cold weather. As for myself, I would never live in an area that has signs saying it's a hurricane evacuation route.
You don't live too much in it. I do.After suffering rounds of Alabama summers filled with heat, humidity and insects of the most tormenting sort, I always look forward to the reprieves brought by winters.
You'll never hear me fuss about the cold.
If it wasn't for the work, I wouldn't care much. Most of what I do is with my hands and rarely can I wear gloves. I can deal with heat but there are times when the cold can pretty much shut me down on a lot of work. I do get a kick out of it when people will see me working outside, under a truck that's caked with tons of snow, ice and roadsalt, then ask "Why don't you just pull it inside and work on it where it's warm?"
Whether it rains,
Absolutely! I messed up both of my shoulders on two different occasions - and both times I slipped on ice. Took forever to heal. I've mostly healed up now, but it's a big part of the reason why I don't shoot any heavy recoil long arms anymore.That * funny till you actually fall like that, Screwed up my knee + back for a month.
Just think. If you lived in NJ or NY, you'd have to put up with the snow and the hurricane evacuation signs.
Well, we might be out of milk and bread but I's keeps the bourbon bottle at least half way full. When it gets down to half, it's time to pick up another one. Although, I tend to like Irish whiskey better in that situation. It mixes better in coffee."When it snows, I buy a loaf of bread, a gallon of milk and stay home until it melts good enough for us to get back to normal"
I raise cattle, sheep and goats and we can make bread....When a storm is going to hit I go to the package store for Bourbon.
and I own a few tractors to get rid of the snow.