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 Post subject: When you live around Seattle, you don't get to see this....
 Post Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 6:54 am 
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Very often, at least.

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 Post subject: Re: When you live around Seattle, you don't get to see this....
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Cool. I love my home in the Pacific Northwest but the 7 straight months of clouds/rain/wind gets very, very old. Whether it's because I want to go fly or stare at a cool celestial event at night, sometimes it just sucks.

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Very cool, thanks Sutz.

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 Post subject: Re: When you live around Seattle, you don't get to see this....
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I love the PNW. However, after 31 years of gloom, I needed to get into happier, and sunnier climates, and I love where I'm at now. I can ride my motorcycle practically every day in dry conditions. There are trade offs, but for me I look back fondly of my memories of my time there with no regrets of moving.

I'm coming for a game and a week this early September and I want to see all my friends. As soon as the schedule is announced, I will know when it will be.

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 Post subject: Re: When you live around Seattle, you don't get to see this....
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Now into my midlife, I totally get why older people move South. I wouldn't rule out moving somewhere warmer in my golden years even though the PNW will always be "home".

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Aros wrote:
Cool. I love my home in the Pacific Northwest but the 7 straight months of clouds/rain/wind gets very, very old. Whether it's because I want to go fly or stare at a cool celestial event at night, sometimes it just sucks.


Hey, I can sell ya a nice lot in the Springs with a fantastic view and OODLES of clear sky.
Can't have wildfires for a long time, everything that can burn already did.

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Rocket wrote:
Aros wrote:
Cool. I love my home in the Pacific Northwest but the 7 straight months of clouds/rain/wind gets very, very old. Whether it's because I want to go fly or stare at a cool celestial event at night, sometimes it just sucks.


Hey, I can sell ya a nice lot in the Springs with a fantastic view and OODLES of clear sky.
Can't have wildfires for a long time, everything that can burn already did.

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Nice to see you can joke about that now Rocket. Tough times, though.

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 Post subject: Re: When you live around Seattle, you don't get to see this....
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Nice to see you can joke about that now Rocket. Tough times, though.

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Indeed! One day Rocket and I will be driving Lamborghini's. Just ask him! It will happen one day. (In our dreams count, right?)

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The ONLY thing I miss, living here in Texas, is the topography of the PNW.

To gaze out one's kitchen window to see a snow-capped mountain range, or to look down a slope to see lush grassy fields leading to a driftwood-laden beach, or to drive through a curvy highway surrounded by pointed evergreen trees...

Oh, and to taste a freshly-harvested Dungeoness crab cooked in Puget Sound salt water...

Y'all need to quit your bitchin.

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