Started by 60eldo, June 04, 2019, 02:01:19 PM
Quote from: Bill Young on June 04, 2019, 07:38:49 PMI live in central Florida , people who live up North always say that it must be too hot down there. Well I drive my 1955 Cadillac as my every day car because we get no ice or snow and I am retired now . Your blood thins out some when you live here so 95 here seems like 85 up North etc. The big bonus here is that 95 % of the days are blue sky and white clouds. Usually when it rains it rains hard for a while and then the sun comes out and everything is dry in an hour. To each his own but I Love it here and I grew up in Rochester usually gray New York. Where you can't get a $10.00 bill for a $20.00 bill . I called it the land of ING , because it usually is Snowing or Raining or Sleeting or something.
Quote from: Big Fins on June 05, 2019, 01:51:21 PMFlorida will depend on what type of business that you are operating. Construction is basically year round. Tourist based is between Nov and May. Aqua based, IE: boating, skiing, jet skies is May to Nov. Not everyone that moves here thinking it's heaven is happy. There is a vast diversity in culture. If you are in the restaurant business, it has to be above the rest to survive, otherwise it becomes a huge tax write off.Even car shows are hard to find in the heat of the summer. Who wants to bake their brains out on 200O asphalt? Let alone that precious dashboard.
Page created in 0.098 seconds with 25 queries.