Originally posted by RANT
That's some snowy wonderland you've got there.
Maybe you wouldn't think so if you would live here.
Shoveling that snow ripes you quickly.
Also when you can see stars temperature is always under -15 celsius, (more propably under -20) so when I use my telescope to swatch stars and deek sky
objects I have wear "half wardrope". (you know that you have enough clothes on when moving starts getting harder)
And most common thing in winter sky is Stratocumulus cloud... and when you look from window that stars are showing and put clothes on, its often
already cloudy when you go out.
Originally posted by rynaldo82
want to swap the snow for the scottish rain lol
That -20 to -30 celsius winter weather I would gladly give up, but I see enough rain on autumn when it's two months wet, near zero weather...
Well, maybe one month from now I would want that rain when temperature goes to 25-35 and stays there even at nights.
Maybe it's because this cold winter weather why we have sauna's in here.
It's nice to go warm sauna after cold day... nice if it's warm enough:
everything under 70 celsius is cold, 80 is better, 90 good and 100 and over excellent.
Best where I've been is 105 celsius (220 fahrenheit)... I assume you don't want to "challenge" that.
Seasons and forests look really same between Canada and Finland, also both countries have lot of lakes. (in fact almost all lakes of the world are in
And Finland lies between 60 to 70 degrees N, so we are level of Alaska, but Gulf stream makes weather much warmer than in there.
BTW, Do you have lot of mosquitos there in Canada? Here we have those way too much. (and they like me too much)
I don't play hockey but I follow games from news. (this year's NHL play-offs were really interesting)
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