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    Quote Originally Posted by Trusty Chords View Post
    Brisbane winter is still too cold for me… I don't think I would survive snow. I spent all of last Wednesday lying on Talle beach in the sun… I'm not coping with the rain atm… I want the sun back now!
    I don't know how I'd survive snow either

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    Winter for sure! I can add more clothes if I'm cold where as in summer there's only so much I can take off. A hot shower in winter warms me up where as a cool shower in summer is only nice until I hop out. Also for winter is hot meals, snuggles under doonas, soup, my car doesn't have the capacity to brand me.

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    Definitely winter. Summer on a farm in western nsw equals dust, flies, 40+ temps and no rain so it gets quite unbearable and you spend most of your time trying to keep plants and stock alive. Winter means no flies, cool days averaging 15 degrees, some rain, green grass, wood fires, relaxing. I always find it hard to get cool but easy to warm up with proper layering of clothing and extra blankets on the bed.

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    Where I currently live doesn't have a summer or a winter, we have wet or dry.

    I am sick of the wet season and soooo longing for the dry. The things I love about the dry mean that I really am a summer person. I love being outdoors, camping, bike riding, eating outside. Wearing more than one layer is a novelty.

    We are going to NZ for easter and I have just realised that DD has absolutely nothing warm (and by warm I mean suitable if the temperature is below around 24) to wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Summer. Daylight savings, BBQs, swimming. Quick to get dressed in summer. Easy to find something nice to wear out in summer, but winter is near impossible (especially for weddings!).
    My mood is, on average, worse through the colder months than it is in summer.
    This!!!!


 

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