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  • JamieinNH
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    Originally posted by kyrgyz View Post
    I bet you won't miss paying higher utilities either (power, natural gas).
    Imagine living in Fairbanks, Alaska!! -20F today.
    I couldn't even bring to imagine living in a place with that extreme temperatures!

    Originally posted by Bounce View Post
    so anyway....... back to the topic lol
    Sorry about the off topic stuff.. I'll stop now.

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  • Bounce
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    so anyway....... back to the topic lol

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  • kyrgyz
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    Originally posted by JamieinNH View Post
    The one draw back for me is the winters.. I don't ski, or like playing in the snow, so it gets old quickly..
    I bet you won't miss paying higher utilities either (power, natural gas).
    Imagine living in Fairbanks, Alaska!! -20F today.
    Last edited by kyrgyz; Wed 30 Dec '09, 11:56pm.

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  • JamieinNH
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    Originally posted by Ryan Ashbrook View Post
    I went to New Hampshire in July, absolutely loved it, we're planning on going back next year.

    It got a bit cold at night, but I think it was because we were right by a lake...
    New Hampshire is a nice place, I have loved living here for the last 12 years, but it's time to head back home.. The one draw back for me is the winters.. I don't ski, or like playing in the snow, so it gets old quickly..

    I will definitely come back to vacation here... I will just pick my timing..

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  • icarusforde
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    Originally posted by Lynne View Post
    That would be pretty scary if most people didn't know that. I mean, that's basic geography, no?
    But not unheard of... :-P Some people are pretty dumb.

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  • Ryan Ashbrook
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    Originally posted by JamieinNH View Post
    NZ would be great, but isn't there a lot of rain there? Living in New Hampshire, USA I am very tired of the snow... Looking to move back down to North Carolina, USA next year..
    I went to New Hampshire in July, absolutely loved it, we're planning on going back next year.

    It got a bit cold at night, but I think it was because we were right by a lake...

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  • Shamil.
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    Move to the third richest place in the world... Canford Cliffs, with me:P

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  • Lynne
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    Originally posted by bigwater View Post
    Lot's of people don't realize that summer in the northern hemisphere is winter in the southern hemisphere, and vice versa.
    That would be pretty scary if most people didn't know that. I mean, that's basic geography, no?

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  • Ace
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    Originally posted by bigwater View Post
    Lot's of people don't realize that summer in the northern hemisphere is winter in the southern hemisphere, and vice versa. I imagine July-August is pretty friggin cold in New Zealand, cause it's pretty friggin hot here in the southeastern US.
    http://www.tourism.net.nz/new-zealan...d-climate.html

    Because New Zealand lies in the Southern Hemisphere, the average temperature decreases as you travel south. The north of New Zealand is subtropical and the south temperate. The warmest months are December, January and February, and the coldest June, July and August. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20 - 30ºC and in winter between 10 - 15ºC.

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  • bigwater
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    Lot's of people don't realize that summer in the northern hemisphere is winter in the southern hemisphere, and vice versa. I imagine July-August is pretty friggin cold in New Zealand, cause it's pretty friggin hot here in the southeastern US.

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  • icarusforde
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    Only really in Hobbiton, the rest of the country is nice and fine.

    Serious note: Where I come from originally is known as 'The Winterless North'. A bit of an exageration, but not too much.
    Haha, Hobbitown. If I remember rightly, that was filmed down the road from me a bit - 1 or 2 hours away i think.

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  • Ace
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    Originally posted by JamieinNH View Post
    NZ would be great, but isn't there a lot of rain there? Living in New Hampshire, USA I am very tired of the snow... Looking to move back down to North Carolina, USA next year..
    Only really in Hobbiton, the rest of the country is nice and fine.

    Serious note: Where I come from originally is known as 'The Winterless North'. A bit of an exageration, but not too much.

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  • icarusforde
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    NZ would be great, but isn't there a lot of rain there? Living in New Hampshire, USA I am very tired of the snow... Looking to move back down to North Carolina, USA next year..
    Heck no! It's normally sunny. Sure, it rains a bit... However, nowhere nears as much as there is in a place like england or something like that.

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  • JamieinNH
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    Originally posted by icarusforde View Post
    Snow is overrated. Come to NZ, it's nice and warm here.

    NZ would be great, but isn't there a lot of rain there? Living in New Hampshire, USA I am very tired of the snow... Looking to move back down to North Carolina, USA next year..

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  • Bounce
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    Originally posted by icarusforde View Post
    Muahahaha! I love being GMT+13.


    Snow is overrated. Come to NZ, it's nice and warm here.

    WARM!!! warm??

    Its MINUS (-) 3 here

    Tshirt material right enough

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