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Which is better?

Whats better? Heat or cold  

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  1. 1. Which is better,

    • Seeing the snow and know you're not able to drive your cars?
    • Seeing the high heat and humidity and not wanting to drive your cars?


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On 8/25/2019 at 7:51 PM, DShip said:

I'll take heat/humidity over snow every time...absolutely hate snow. 

 

I like a good snowy winter.

You can't go sledding or skiing in heat and humidity.

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10 hours ago, John_S_in_Penna said:

 

I like a good snowy winter.

You can't go sledding or skiing in heat and humidity.

But you don't break  your leg driving a Buick in heat and humidity!:D

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I went down the mountain once.

It was hot, sticky, and they had bugs.

Don't think I'll do that again !

 

But we will go ride our ATV's again this year on new years day.

Last year we only did about 60 miles, and barely got the tires wet.

But then we are in "banana valley" at only 8500 ft.

 

Mike in colorfull Colorado

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Just returned from taking my Grandkids out to Brunch in my Mercedes with all the windows down here in Texas (95 right now)  No complaints  Lived in Iowa until 2000 and haven't been back so I vote for heat

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Which is better?  Having a hard time deciding...

HEAT

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Or Cold?

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