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Reason #39 Why Summer is Better Than Winter

When the ice breaks up in the summer, it makes it easier to fit in your drink. When the ice breaks up in the winter, it ain't quite as idyllic...



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That makes our soggy climate here in the PNW look pretty balmy BL.
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Down here on the Texas Gulf Coast, winter is the best time to go sailing out in the Gulf, the weather is in the 70's with strong winds from the S or SE. Summer is brutally hot and the winds die down.
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