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November 18, 2002

Vermont Sucks

My deck this morning

The view from my Kitchen.

Being from South Florida I hate snow and I hate the cold. Its too early in the Winter for this crap.

It is the first "storm" of the season and I'm already thinking about running south. Especially after my friend David told me I could stay on his boat whenever I want. Hey, a weekend in Florida doesn't sound so bad right now, especially when it will only cost me $188. biggrin.gif

Posted in Vermont by usrbingeek at 2002-11-18 12:46 ET (GMT-5) | 3 Comments | Permalink



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It's cold here too! need sweatshirt and jacket most of the day. Central fl. I am glad to be here though looking at your pictures!!!

I will envy you however when christmas comes around. When you grew up with snow or at least the chance of it, it does not seem the same without it .

Susan

Posted by: Susan at November 18, 2002 09:58 PM

i used to live in vermont..then i moved down to north carolina. i hate vermont with a passion...so i feel for u..to cold, and it snows to early in the year! the only thing vermont is good for is snowboarding...thats about it...other than that...blah!!!
lol enjoy the winter!

Posted by: Lerin at October 24, 2003 09:41 AM

I lived in Vermont for 6 years but in the year 2004 summer didn’t seam like summer, it was only in the50s, 60s, 70s and a few 80s and very rainy. Now its November it’s getting colder I hope this is my last winter because I will be moving to Puerto rico next year.

Posted by: angel morales at November 8, 2004 06:37 PM










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