We live in a big country don’t we? I mean, if we really want to, we could travel and see all sorts of things. We’ve got desserts, mountains, canyons, swamps, forests, beaches, cities, towns, villages. We’ve got it all, so why limit ourselves?
How about the weather? I live in Dandbury Connecticut, so I’m used to my fair share of weather. We get everything from 100 degree summers to blisteringly cold winters, which include snow drifts, ice and Polar Bears. Well… maybe not Polar Bears… but it gets pretty cold here in the winter. That’s not a bad thing though. I mean I love the winter here in the U.S., especially where I live. In the south obviously winters are a lot milder. For me, winter just isn’t right if there isn’t any snow. Here, and when I’m not snowed in, I get to ski, bob slay, snow board and just about anything else that takes my fancy. I also own a four-by-four, so with a few snow chains slapped on, the things good to go. It’s unstoppable and real good fun to drive when the weather is bad. It has tonnes of grip and can pretty much drive over/through anything.
Most people in my area have an extensive store cupboard for food stuff. It’s best practice to store things that keep for a while. I for one am particularly careful to manage my food stores. I take note of when things are due to expire, eating them before they do go off, if possible.
It’s always wise to invest in a decent snow shovel — do not scrimp on quality, if you do… you could find the thing breaking on you… which is just a world of pain.