Survive, Thrive In Sonoran Desert

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  1. Pragmatist

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    Near and dear to my heart. Grew up in that area, and still love it. Best class I ever took in college was Biology 1B. We learned every plant, animal, bug, river, mountain range, in the Sonoran Desert. The final exam was a slide show where you had to properly name everything. I can still do it. I probably feel more comfortable there than anyplace.
     
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      Just the opposite for me. Desert great. Snow country no-way - Jose'.
       
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  4. lonewolf

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    we have neither Arctic nor Desert regions in the UK, the north of England has colder but drier weather, the South West is wetter but milder.
     
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    Well then in the words of my father thats a sticky wicket. Then his option was... take to the sea's he was a Brit -Go west young man go west. Or Greenland, Norway. He ended up in Canada.
     
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    As a general rule, I choose to live in places where there's not too much of the death-factor thingies going on. Getting trapped in the mountains in winter is something I prep for.

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  7. lonewolf

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    not really, I like a mild climate, more time for growing stuff and this area is known for it.
    my uncles-mothers brothers-ended up in Canada too, Canada is my 2nd favourite country-after my own. yes that's right, I'm a patriotic Englishman( not British-ENGLISH).
     
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