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Old Yesterday, 06:59 PM
 
Location: Anglers Reach, NSW (Australia)
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I mean I had fun while I was down there but I would never wanna live there. Also, they don't tell you that away from the coast, it is BUTT UGLY and a dry brown. It was greener in Minnesota than it was in California, and it was November!



West coast liberal pretentiousness isn't very pleasant either.
Melbourne, VIC is our very own version of San Francsico (albeit not as buggered); much to my fortune, however, it improves quickly as soon as you head northwards or westwards/eastwards.

Sydney is also rather nasty, but improves very swiftly after heading inland and/or up the ranges
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Old Today, 11:33 AM
 
Location: Gatineau, Québec
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I think the thing that gets me is the monochrome landscape, everything white. I just like more variety than that.
Most snowier places have lots of evergreens so the winter landscape is generally green and white with a bit of brown.

That is better to me than brown, black and that ugly yellow.
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Old Today, 11:37 AM
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Location: South Jersey
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The snow here is beautiful. Its beauty is in some part due to its rarity. Well, it's not exactly rare. But we may ten or fewer snow days a year. So it's nice to appreciate it when it comes around. Six months of it? Eh.. maybe not for me
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