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  • #1289023

    👑RebYidd23
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    I have decided that I want to live in winter. Can this be done?

    #1289035

    Joseph
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    It’s like having one foot out the door.

    #1289105

    👑RebYidd23
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    What’s that supposed to mean?

    #1289124

    Chaver
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    Sure you can live in winter, that is what air conditioners are for.

    #1289143

    👑RebYidd23
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    Air conditioners don’t lengthen the night or cool the outdoors.

    #1289171

    Joseph
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    Lengthen the night psychologically.

    #1289153

    lesschumras
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    Were words omitted from the OP?

    #1289182

    👑RebYidd23
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    No. What words would you say are missing?

    #1289239

    👑RebYidd23
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    If it is an option, which countries should I choose? One where I speak the language, or one that has other important elements?

    #1289243

    Joseph
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    Other important elements. A new language could always be learnt.

    #1289253

    bmyer
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    Name your house winter…

    #1289258

    Avi K
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    Of course it can be done. Have two houses, one in the Northern Hemisphere and one in the Southern Hemisphere.

    #1289271

    lesschumras
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    You say you want to live in winter. Did you mean I’m a particular place or just to live anywhere in winter

    #1289283

    Joseph
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    Alaska or Siberia are two nice locations to consider.

    #1289287

    DovidBT
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    There’s also McMurdo Station in Antarctica.

    #1289367

    Lightbrite
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    RebYidd23, “one foot out the door” can mean that by living in two places, you may not have full roots or a heart in either, since you technically aren’t committing to one location, one home. It’s possible.

    Can you find a place that’s winter-like all year round where you’ll be happy, have room for personal growth, and where you can build a livelihood?

    For the record, it was hard for me to live in a place with any winter. Physiologically, I do better in a place that’s more like summer 24/7 365. Maybe I can relate.

    There are pros and cons where ever one lives.

    May Hashem direct you <3

    #1289423

    👑RebYidd23
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    I don’t like sunburn or mosquitoes.

    #1290337

    huju
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    Your mother is so fat, she lives in two countries.

    #1290774

    Geordie613
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    You can live in Manchester. the chances of a hot summer are next to nil. It’s going to be raining all this week iyh, and probably the week after that, and the week after that…

    #1290783

    Lightbrite
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    I got at least two mosquito bites the day you said that… touche!

    #1291717

    Your mother is so fat, she lives in two countries.

    LOL.

    #1292005

    Chaver
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    Caves are cool all year round and you won’t get sunburned. mosquitos there might be so bring one of those nets that people put around their tents.
    Another plus about a cave is that you don’t have to pay any kind of taxes to the city.

    #1292008

    👑RebYidd23
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    Living in a cave is still not winter.

    #1292108

    Chaver
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    You are right. You really have a problem then.
    If your problem is what the season is called then just change the name of all the seasons to winter.

    #1292339

    Lightbrite
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    bats = caves

    and spiders and dust

    #1292370

    Geordie613
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    It’s still raining here in North West England…

    #1293139

    chabadgal
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    geordie- every time i’ve been to england its been in middle of a heat wave. I’m starting to think the whole ‘always rainy and cold’ is a conspiracy made up by the british lol

    #1293147

    Lightbrite
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    I went to England once, and it was def rainy and chilly!

    I remember being in awe of the British people going about their lives in the rain, strolling down the streets without umbrellas too.

    #1293148

    Lightbrite
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    RebYidd23, have you been to the four corners?

    #1293439

    Geordie613
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    chabadgal, Come in January, there will not be a heatwave.

    #1293603

    👑RebYidd23
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    I like the nighttime. The summer has very little of it.

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