Neil (nt) wrote,

Going back to work wasn't so hard. I do feel a little exhausted, though. That is usual for a Monday, especially after a vacation. I'm not sure why; it's not as though I spent the day breaking rocks in the hot sun.

There's an interesting website called Find Your Spot. You answer a series of questions, and it returns a list of towns or cities (all in the U.S.A.) that would suit you. My top 6 spots were:

• Marble Falls, Texas
• Kerrville, Texas
• Crystal River, Florida
• Deland, Florida
• Guntersville, Alabama
• Bisbee, Arizona

The only one I had heard of was Bisbee, which I had often thought would be an interesting place to live. What do these places have in common? They are all smaller towns with good weather, low crime rates and reasonable housing costs.

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    In Calgary, Exploring the Cultural Side of ‘Cowtown’ (link is to The New York Times) Pretty good article, although I've never seen Calgarians…

  • Broken trees

    A few examples of trees broken by the accumulation of snow, as mentioned in my last post. The snow is gone, but the damage remains.

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    I drove around town today and was shocked at the number of trees that had been damaged by the heavy snowfall earlier in the week. It's too early in…

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