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  1. They are attractive! We have our first snow of the season today in Colorado, so its also a reminder that some parts of the country are eternally warm. Enjoy!

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  2. Already? A bit early for snow isn’t it? Winter in Las Vegas does get chilly but the snow stays in the mountains above 3000 feet or more which is perfect. So many desert plants are so different and beautiful compared to Michigan, my home state.

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    • There’s no such thing as too early or too late in Colorado. At our house, we’ve had snow as early as September (we hiked a 14er in July and got caught in a rogue snowstorm) and as late as May. You just never know. I do enjoy the seasons though. Our son was in Michigan this year for 6 months and he said it was terribly humid. I’d like to visit the UP in fall.

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      • That seems mighty early for the snow to fly. my ex who was from California, spent eight years in Michigan – she disliked the humidity very much. I never noticed really until I left then came back in summer. 80+ percent humidity there, versus 10 to 15 percent in Las Vegas. Dry is good! Da Yooper is beautiful, you’ll love it up there. There are so few bugs in this part of Nevada, its great!

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