Where is everyone from, any Floridians?

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melita916

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The only thing I don’t like about my state is the heat.
 

Adstar

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Where i live in Australia we can experience some serious heat.. But dry heat is far easier to handle then humid heat.. :)

Heat + humidity = hell on earth..
 
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Where i live in Australia we can experience some serious heat.. But dry heat is far easier to handle then humid heat.. :)

Heat + humidity = hell on earth..
For sure! I prefer dry heat but humidity is so good for my hair haha
 

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For sure! I prefer dry heat but humidity is so good for my hair haha
That's something i have never heard before..
I guess we are supposed to learn something new every day.. :)
 
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Depends where you are in Texas. I’d imagine west Texas is dry heat. Where I am is humid. Ugh. Lol
I'm visiting Houston in December, hopefully it's not too humid 😩
 

Lynx

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What about tornados? ;)
Sure, a lot of states have tornadoes. We don't have as many as some states though, maybe once every year and a half in this area? They don't cause much damage because there's not much around here to damage. They just tear up a couple of trees or so.
 

fizzyjoe

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I'm in Tennessee still, and still having weird weather hot or cold nearly no in between.
 
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I'm from San Pedro/Long Beach Ca. But the cost of living got beyond my reach, so I now live in Comanche County Oklahoma.
Oh nice I'm coming to Cali soon
 

mailmandan

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Sure, a lot of states have tornadoes. We don't have as many as some states though, maybe once every year and a half in this area? They don't cause much damage because there's not much around here to damage. They just tear up a couple of trees or so.
Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri get their fair share of tornados! :eek:
 

mailmandan

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I'm in Tennessee still, and still having weird weather hot or cold nearly no in between.
My wife and I spent two days in Memphis Tennessee last summer (during a road trip) and we visited Beal Street (I really enjoyed the food and entertainment at BB King's Restaurant!) :cool: and we also visited Graceland. (y) I did not realize that Memphis was so close to the border of Arkansas. As we were leaving downtown Memphis and driving across the bridge over the Mississippi river, we noticed a sign halfway across the bridge that said, "Welcome to Arkansas." :)

We wanted to visit Nashville, but did not realize it was a 3 hour drive from Memphis and we ran out of time. Next road trip!
 

calibob

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Traveling from OK City to Nashville I noticed the greens of the trees become much more vivid and darker like Oregon. Beautiful drive (except for trucks) :oops: Oh well!
 

fizzyjoe

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My wife and I spent two days in Memphis Tennessee last summer (during a road trip) and we visited Beal Street (I really enjoyed the food and entertainment at BB King's Restaurant!) :cool: and we also visited Graceland. (y) I did not realize that Memphis was so close to the border of Arkansas. As we were leaving downtown Memphis and driving across the bridge over the Mississippi river, we noticed a sign halfway across the bridge that said, "Welcome to Arkansas." :)

We wanted to visit Nashville, but did not realize it was a 3 hour drive from Memphis and we ran out of time. Next road trip!
Sounds like you had fun though!