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  1. It’s an environment people either “get” or hate and drive on. I live in a similar environment and love it the same way you do. Perhaps that is why I enjoy your sensitive (and beautiful!) photos as much as I do.

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    • Wow, thank you Doug! Your very kind. I agree, it’s not that different from living in Florida with the humidity – it weeds out the wanna-be’s. Summer is brutally hot here! But the climate year round is beautiful, and those mountains!!

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      • Any place can be heaven on earth if you see it for what it is, faults and all. Though I handle heat poorly (that would be the killer for me living where you do), I also remember how lovely it was when I drove through a couple times on my way to visit family on the West Coast. You take photos that bring back that beauty I remember fondly! (We drove through in October in a car without AC. Ugh! Definitely could have been worse. The next time driving through, the car had AC, and it was more tolerable.)

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  2. They obviously love the view as well! ๐Ÿ™‚

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