If you really like snow, I heard Alaska has a lot. I mean...a LOT!
Antarctica :D Can we be roommates? hehe
I would like to know too, I HATE hot sticky heat. I have really thought about Alaska. I read it is expensive, I wonder how much more expensive. I know I lived in Fl. and it was pretty pricey too. I want to live somewhere beautiful, and has cooler weather year around but yet I can still work and get by. I go to college now and when I finish I want to go someplace and change things. I would like to know what it is really like in Alaska and if not there, where in the lower states is a place similar in beauty and cool weather??
Portland, Oregon and/or Seattle, Washington. Seattle is a big city, sophisticated, like a cleaner, smarter version of San Francisco. Portland, Oregon, is smaller, a small city with a lot of cultural stuff (plays, ballet, libraries, poetry, music etc.). Both places are rainy, have snow in winter and qualify as cold places most of the year but are not totally freezing places like Minnesota. The quality of life in general in these places is very good.
Forks, according to Edward Cullen (Twilight).
I hear the Pacific Northwest in the U.S. has that.
San Francisco is pretty, cold, and drizzles alot, for snow just step up to Lake Tahoe and you'll enjoy the snow.
saint louis, there is every kind of weather and you can get it all in one day....only some people see that as a good thing
its called the north pole, or the south pole depends on if you prefer penguins or polar bears :)
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