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02-09-2008 12:23 PM
PierreMundo When you retire you can go to Florida or ................ . One of the best places I'v been. Looks familiar to you Gui?
02-09-2008 03:35 AM
bestfriend Oh boy! Thats it, you guys opened a can of worms. When I go to the boat tomorrow, I am going to take pictures of the REAL San Francisco. Check back tomorrow afternoon.
02-09-2008 03:33 AM
artbyjody G - I respectfully request that you show us actual garbage dumpster with trash overflowing, people puking on the sidewalks, abandoned cars on whatever you folks use as cinder blocks...

Obviously you have no trailer parks but we know sheep are there - photos of those are welcomed as well and if you can pull out a cow that doesn't look like a Jersey cow... kudos...

Seriously though - reminds me of Brest France of how clean it is - you are lucky to live there ...
02-09-2008 03:21 AM
chris_gee Since you are taking requests more Giulietta would be nice. No not that one, nor that one.
02-09-2008 02:17 AM
Stillraining
Beautiful...Alex

And so CLEAN... I did not see one piece of litter on the ground in any one of your pictures...Amazing
02-09-2008 02:00 AM
Valiente If you lived in my neighbourhood, you'd know the answer: They couldn't stop arguing with the donkey.

My Azorean neighbours are nice people, but are not particularly sophisticated, or nearly as tall as the mainland Portuguese. I think a lot of modernization has happened in the last 30 years.
02-09-2008 12:02 AM
denby Thanks Alex,

Why did my ancestors leave Portugal.
02-08-2008 10:49 PM
jrd22 Giu, thanks, I liked that a lot. Nice to see what a place you have never been is like. Looks like a very comfortable, clean town with beautiful weather. Where do you mostly go sailing, are there a lot of coastal towns with marinas, islands? Very nice.

John
02-08-2008 10:42 PM
sailingdog On the flip side of that, 75 deg. F is considered pretty warm here in New England. I remember when we had some cousins up visiting from Florida, and it was late June and we went off to the beach. They were bringing sweatshirts along and thought we were crazy for swimming in 75 deg. weather...but back then, if we waited until it was 95 deg, we'd get one or two days of swimming a year...
02-08-2008 10:29 PM
xtatico1404
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John, for us 50ºF is very cold...We actually have people die of cold when the temperature drops bellow 40ºF...Its true.
Giu, I feel your pain, I am also used to hot/warm weather. It's just funny, here if temps drop to about 70'sF, everyone is wearing a sweater. It's a matter of getting used to a particular temp.

Once I had a work visit by someone from Lafayette Indiana come over in May, 90+ temps, and we were out working. I was barely breaking a sweat and he had his shirt completely wet from the sweat.

He told me that back a his house, he would open the windows when temps got to around 35F....at that temp I am officially an iceberg , so it's a matter of getting used to a certain temperature range.
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