are my two favorite activities in the winter time. Winters out here are getting grimmer and grimmer in that respect.
I wonder if my kind-a people are welcome in a cowboy's land like yours.
Considering difference in cost of real estate and taxes, I may have some left over cash to buy a snowmobile or two with grooming attachments :)
It's been quite an extraordinary start to winter back east so far, from all I have gathered from the news and hearing from various folks. But there's a long time to go. Maybe the back end of the season will make up for the front end. Or maybe next year will feature an extra-heavy duty winter.
I think people are about as welcome here as anywhere. After all, they let me in and (so far) have not asked me to leave, despite my quirky jokes. ; ) The main qualification is probably the ability to withstand some windy periods in the winter--in the southern part of the state--and the lack of a need to live in a city type environment, because I don't think even Cheyenne or Casper would qualify as cities to most people. And if for some reason the person in question happens to really like sage, then they are probably all set.
I suspect that even in a warming climate, it would take quite a lot before the winter here disappeared, because of the altitude baseline average temps.
This year's winter in New England is maybe making up for last year's extra heavy-duty winter. But if it does snow again, Greg, then you're more than welcome to come help Yowsa! Nancy's driveway.
People who love to Yowsa! will never go out of style.
Rocky Mountain Yowsa! wouldn't be so bad, I might be able to take care of that fluffy stuff with a leaf blower. The stuff we get here sometimes is a different matter.
I am primarily a power Yowsa! enthusiast.
This winter I have been able to keep our driveway clear with my Rabbit Roaster.
I just look out the window with my evil eye - and lo and behold - not a snow flake in sight... Definitely no Power Yowsa! needed.