Question of the day

What is something that a person from a warm climate wouldn’t know how to do in the snow?

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14 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Sue says:

    I’m going with ice fishing. I thought of skiing, but a lot of people go on vacation and ice skating, whether it’s hockey or figure, is popular everywhere. I also thought of snowshoeing, but once you get the shoe on, you just walk so it’s not that hard. Oh, how about build a snowman or a snow fort!

  2. mssc54 says:

    Neatly write his name while…
    Ski
    DRIVE

  3. SKL says:

    Drive! Also walk, dress self & kids, shovel efficiently, have fun (tobogganing, etc.). Probably about 100 other things.

  4. Nikki says:

    Live. Seriously, I have so many family members and friends ask how I live here. In CA they travel 2 hours to play in the snow and go back home. The cold, they couldn’t handle either. Other than that, I’d say drive.

    • Jason says:

      Nikki, I would say that the two of us seem to through a monkey wrench in that idea, we seem to still live here!! Although I do know my dad complains everytime he has to come up here in the winter, kind of like how Jenny complains everytime we have to go down there in the summer. 🙂

      • Nikki says:

        LOL We sure did. It’s always the topic of conversation at family picnics when I go back~our winters! I love going back in July-August, their hottest months. I love heat!

  5. SKL says:

    I have a lot of friends from India, so it’s kinda funny to watch them struggle. And they look at us with true amazement, LOL. I remember when my best friend saw her first snowfall. “Oh, look, it’s so cute!” A couple months later, the whole “cute” thing was long gone – and there were still several more months of snow to look forward to! She also got depressed seeing the trees all “dying” in the fall.

  6. Laura says:

    Most of my answers were already taken, but I’m gonna go with dress. I know people who LIVE in it, and they don’t know about layering and that keeping dry is just as important as keeping warm. Maybe more, because it’s very, very hard for your body to deal with cold AND wet at the same time.

    Oh, and the need for proper footwear. For the love of all that is holy, people, CROCKS & FLIPFLOPS ARE NOT APPROPRIATE WINTER FOOTWEAR!!!!!

  7. kweenmama says:

    We all think the same…drive and dress were the first two things that came to my mind. And I always find it funny when someone from a warmer climate finds that breathing hurts when it is cold.

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