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What is the most ideal climate for you? What environment makes you happy?

silvereyes 8 Mar 9
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70Β° weather. Staying in my room. I love it here. My own she-shed.

Sarahroo29 Level 8 Mar 9, 2018

LOVE the term "she-shed!"

@Jnei That is a female's version of a man-cave.

@Sarahroo29 I knew it as soon as I read it - but I'd never heard it before! πŸ™‚

@Jnei You learned something new today! πŸ™‚

@Sarahroo29 I love my man cave, you can both come and visit if you bring me food. I'm confused, what did she shed?

@Whathappensnow Lol.


A climate with 4 distinct seasons but not extreme.

Yes! Is there such a place?


Dry, mild weather would be great, I despise humid weather, like the type that is felt in summer in florida. lol.

We get that here in the Midwest occasionally. When walking outside from the AC it feels like another person just climbed on your back it's so oppressive.

@Paul628 I can relate, it gets pretty uncomfortable being outside in the summer for a long while, it feels like walking up to a furnace. Thats one of the reasons why I do excercize very early during the summer.

I grew up in Louisiana,and they have humid summers there too. I remember one day I was walking outside, and the humid heat felt literally like a blanket on me. Ugh! My favorite weather is relatively dry air with temperatures 60-70 degrees.

Its like being in the jungle or something, I live in NE Florida, and here it feels substantially hotter than the coast. Its like a steamy amazonic type of humidity, lol.

growing up in the upper south we are regularly 90% humidity or better and it can be awful, but i spent some time all over south fla this summer and i could not believe how hot and humid it could be. like hell's steam bath, at 8:30 in the morning. THEN you walk inside to an AC set on 40 F. freeze the sweat right on ya.


I love lots and lots of trees and water. Walking in nature has always been my drug of choice. I miss it, I live in Texas right now and the weather is keeping me from moving back to New England.

Kriptikos Level 6 Mar 9, 2018

Warm (not hot) and rainy


After growing up in the northern reaches of New York state and then two winters in Yellowstone, where I am now is as close to ideal as I can get. Middle of Florida.


If I had the funds I would live on a tropical island where it never got cold not somewhere blasΓ© like Hawaii some place isolated.

azzow2 Level 9 Mar 9, 2018

Hawaii stays at around 76Β°F year round, because it's close enough to the equator, but surrounded by ocean. I would love to live there!


Someplace warm and sunny most of the year. Coastal location. Maybe relocation in the cards for this New Englander.

Come to the driest continent with warmth. πŸ˜€


Cold! You know the planet where humans first encounter the Aliens in Alien? Howling blizzards, perpetual night etc? Well, I'd like to live there. Having spent a large percentage of my life living with ferrets, the highly intelligent, determined, fast, blood-thirsty creatures would be to my liking too.

Jnei Level 8 Mar 9, 2018

Now, why is that?





hankster Level 9 Mar 9, 2018

I'm a heliophile, so someplace warm is required. I also am a thalassophile (but I could be persuaded to settle as a limnophile). However, humidity is no longer my friend. But my first and longest love is the ocean.

EllenDale Level 7 Mar 9, 2018

I want change of seasons and trees that change colors on the fall. But with a dry (not humid) climate where there are not bugs. I can't go back to muggy and buggy. I think I have it just about how I like it here at 6,300 feet elevation in the Rocky Mountain foothills.

MrLink Level 8 Mar 9, 2018

This is super easy. High Mountains in temperate latitudes - like Colorado. It would be great if it were not so crowded. For me, I prefer being above 10,000 feet. Many folks don't like it so it keeps the crowds down.

marmot84 Level 7 Mar 9, 2018

OH yeah and the Peruvian Andes also work. Not as many folks there either. And the exchange rate is currently favorable. Shhh! Don't let anybody discover this! If I won the Lottery, I'd be there immediately. (But then I guess I'd have to enter... Oh well.)


The following is a half truth but I thought mildly provocative and distincly outside of @Silvereyes expectation: the most favourable climate is 98.4Β°F plus a little. Where the moisture falls during periods of repeated increase and decrease of pressure. Where the body feels as if embraced by soft down but also knowing sudden extremes causing perspiration and delicious shivers. And where is that? In the arms of your love making love.

I don't think it's a lie! It's the perfect place. If I had that, the weather outside wouldn't matter. IMHO

@BeeHappy Having written that I then lifted my blood sugar level by breaking my now 14 hour fast and reflected. I agree with you. It's not a lie but may stir a few people. And I don't think that you need to be humble ... more unashamed. πŸ˜‰

Thank you!

@MrLizard If too hot wouldnt you turn the a/c up?

@MrLizard I very rarely resort to a/c - just live with 24/7 fans and occassional spray bottles...showers 3 x a day.


The tropics, by the beach.


SAN DIEGO Lives there 1969 - 1978,,, spoiled me for any place else. and now am older, I do not like cold and do not like hot and humid

MYCAMP3 Level 3 Mar 10, 2018

Luv San Diego! My son and I visited in January....flowers were in bloom! Gorgeous ?


Hazey, Hot & Humid..love it..think S.E Asia..like Viet Nam..

Charlene Level 9 Mar 9, 2018

Try Brisbane north. In the wet you need a knife to cut the air to breathe.

@FrayedBear sorry but No thanks..the P.M in Australia is even More bigoted than Drumpf..also Viet nam is cheaper..

@Charlene You think the PM is bad! Meet some of the rednecks voting for left and right political parties. If you want a laugh, on Facebook there is a person up in Northern Queensland way who takes the piss out of all politicians but particularly an independent called Pauline Hanson. The person I refer to uses the nom de guerre of Pauline Pantsdown. Vietnam is much cheaper than bloat economy Australia which is currently only surviving through government spending of non existant future income.

@FrayedBear sounds familiar..


68 degrees, but I can acclimate to any weather...and so can you.

Nena Level 6 Mar 10, 2018

Warm during the day and cool at night. I’m loving the weather here in Tucson.

Marz Level 7 Mar 10, 2018

The Pacific Northwest. It's nice and cool and always green!


I want low 70s, light breeze, low humidity and sunshine.


I love cold weather. I would be happy if it was a constant 35 degrees.


I used to love the weather in Northern California (Marin county, just north of San Francisco) where it didn't get too cold in the winter but was usually nice fro hiking all year long, and there were a lot of places to go hiking. I live in Florida now and it is just too hot to want to do much outside.

TerriCity Level 7 Mar 9, 2018
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