I live in Boise, Idaho. Today it's 74 degrees, thank goodness! It will most likely go back to being cold again probably soon.
I was born in Anchorage, Alaska...moved to California...then to Texas...then to Arizona...almost to Panama...and then finally to Idaho. My dad was in the army, that's why we moved so much. My dad and I loved it but my brothers and mom hated it. My dad and I like to see new places.
i live in the thumb area of Michigan...we are the soy bean capital of the US I think...we have 2 sugar plants here too..so Sugar beets are a big item as well...HAy..I Thought that Michigan was the construction capital ...LOL
I'm from hot, dry Del Rio, Texas. Otherwise known as "northern occupied mexico" (at least that's what the locals here call it). We are right on the Mexican border along the Rio Grande.
But, I was born in Lake Charles, LA, then moved to New Mexico, then to Texas. Lived in Texas 20 years now and wouldn't live anywhere else unless it was Colorado in the summer time!
It snows here about once every 10 years...rain is almost as scarce...not really, but it sure feels like it in the summer! Until one of our violent thunderstorms rolls through...never just a normal rain shower...always has to make a dramatic show of it.
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Now, I reside In New Orleans, LA. Born and raised in Miss., moved to San Diego for 8 years, then back to New Orleans. Love the food and the people, however, I can live without the humidity, bad for the hair...
Born in Massachusetts. High School in Vermont. College in Maine,and Colorado. More college( I was very undecided) in Central Coast California where I later lived for years until I moved to Northern Minnesota.
We live in Dallas, Texas. Born and raised in Texas, and probably will never leave. Its getting to be a bad place if you have sinis problems. If I ever did live anywhere else I would prefer a dry climate. Can't stand humidity.