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Response to Diclotican (Original post)

Wed Dec 5, 2012, 01:35 AM

7. Similar to living in Northern Canada

-17C is considered shirtsleeve weather by some. I've seen people in shorts. Some of the snowbunnies go skiing in bikinis.

Things don't get serious until -30 windchill but life carries on. -40 starts getting interesting.

You cannot be a "I did this on my own" kind of conservative in this climate. You are going to get stuck and need pushing out so you may as well help your neighbour when you can, 'cause you're going to be next.

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