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Old 01-07-2011, 03:42 AM   #74
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Ok, I stand corrected. Maybe Florida has more clear sky days than Seattle. I have been in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area and the weather is gorgeous.



Really? There are not many American tourists here. Most of them just cross the city down to San Carlos, a beach town where many "snow birds" live in Winter.

I thought Seattle weather was colder
when I was growing up we spent a fair amount of time in Hermosillo, I really fell in love with it. unfortunately lately I mostly have had to race through it. I spent most of August and September in Alamos... not even a little bit of fun. I was SO miserable!

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I thought the bluest skies you've ever seen were in Seattle.
actually spring and summer are one of our best kept secrets!

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The same here... Those pictures make my surrounding area boring! And I'd go to the US again, in a flash, if they hadn't instituted the rule that you're guilty of terrorism unless you can prove you're innocent...



When I lived in the US, I learned to appreciate the desert too. The starkness of the lanscape, magnificent!
It also made me appreciate the rain we get here. Whenever people complain about the rain, I think, without it, it wouldn't be so green and lush...
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