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Spent a month in Calgary one day in February. It was minus something degrees. I figure once it is below 20° it doesn't matter how low it goes or whether it is C of F! That is too cold. There was only about 2 inches of ice on the ground, it looked like snow, but it was frozen solid.
Spend a month in Duluth MN one week. Never got above 17° F. There was 4 feet of snow on the ground. That town doesn't slow down in the winter. I could drive that little Dodge K car down and up the hill to the base (opposite side of the Duluth Airport) in the morning and evening with no fear. The only thing was, the restaurants were very hot, at least 80°. I would wear a T shirt with my down coat in, then take off the jacket and eat my T-shirt, nearly sweating. My hotel room was linked to a hallway that was so warm, I ran my A/C to get the temp to 70°. Every day the cleaning crew would come in and turn the heat up to 80°. And those guys complained about the heat when they came to Houston!
In other news:
We found a migrant at the farm Thursday. He has been trying to acclimate to our GSD. So far, the GSD is top dog. He is a beautiful 1 year old Chocolate Lab. He is too good of a dog to take to the shelter, so we are looking for a new home.
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