Snow is beautiful and tranquil, but, to be honest, after living in Alaska for roughly 35 years, I’ve seen more than enough snow in my lifetime. The best weather my wife and I ever experienced was in coastal Coos Bay, Oregon. Never much higher than 80 nor below 32. It rains a lot there, sure, but, as they say, “it’s sure easier to shovel”! Haha! We didn’t miss the snow at all. But now we’re in Ohio with our daughters and grandchildren, and life with family is as it should be!
Living in Alaska for 35 years is a challenge to anyone I don’t care who you are. I think the closest I ever got to that was when I was living in Minnesota 40 to 45 below zero with 5 to 6 feet of snow in an evening.
Truth we actually got a flyer from the management staff of the apartment complex we lived in at the time telling us no snow skiing off the roofs. It was my first year there and thought How crazy, until I actually saw it take place. Lol lol loved every minute of watching them do so with the security guards trying to run them off lol lol.
Never lived in Oregon but been to it and through it a number of times to understand what you’re saying. Did live in Bellingham, Washington where it rained every day without fail or was dark and gloomy and their winter forget it, what a mess.
Ohio are but for our children and grandchildren. I keep telling my son to give me some grandchildren he keeps telling me not quite yet. Which I completely understand I’m impatient.. Besides he’s still too young, living life loving it as he should be.💕💜