OR, you could do what I do; leave the midwest after the leaves change
(very beautiful!), head to S.W. Fla., & take your Spit with you!
Granted, this does require some sacrifice (multiple tools, etc.) but it
beats staring at a foot of snow & wondering if it's ever going to melt &
let you back on the road.
Andy H. (soon heading south)
On Thu, 15 Oct 1998 12:28:34 -0700 "Laura G." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I don't want to get the Orlando people all over me-but, Orlando!?
>not known for having the most enjoyable weather in Florida. I know
>Floridians who won't go there because of the weather. (I know of
>speak-my dear aunt moved there 3 years ago.) That's why I live in so.
>Cal-the best weather makes up for a lot --and I do mean A LOT of other
>drawbacks-earthquakes and fires being the least of it.
>Hey, Kirby-say Hi to my birthplace-Kingston- for me! And a hug to
>Laura G. and Nigel
>From: Kirby T. Kenyon <email@example.com>
>To: spitfires@Autox.Team.Net <spitfires@Autox.Team.Net>
>Date: Thursday, October 15, 1998 11:36 AM
>Subject: Re: Settling into Autumn
>>Sorry guys, Born and raised in Upstate New York, lived in Orlando
>>Florida for 7 1/2 years, really missed the seasonal changes and hated
>>the intense heat in the summer with the torrential downpours every
>>afternoon in the summer (just as I was coming out from work).
>>We're in our most beautiful time of the year here right now with the
>>leaves changing, the crisp night air etc... I wouldn't give it up
>>for anything, even the enjoyment of my Spit.
>>Just my opinion.
>>Bowen, Patrick A. RP2 wrote:
>>> Dave, while I can appreciate your enjoyment (my brother lives in
>>> Florida isn't that bad either!
>>> Cruising in the Sun
>>> At 12:49 PM 10/15/98 EDT, GatesDavid@aol.com wrote:
>>> >I really hate to brag or anything, but it is still in the 80's
>>> >should be that way for . . . pretty much ever. 75 is pretty much
>>> dead of
>>> >winter on a bad day. The only bad part is that while most of you
>>> >all winter to play with your cars and get them ready for the next
>>> I am
>>> >forced to drive mine all year.
>>> >(Sorry, just couldn't resist. I love it here.)
>>> >David Gates
>>> >'73 Spitfire 1500
>>> >'78 Spitfire 1500
>>> >In a message dated 10/15/98 5:25:01 AM Hawaiian Standard Time,
>>> >firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>>> >> I'm jealous that it's still 75 degrees where you are- here in MN
>>> >> struggling to break 60.
>>> Patrick Bowen
>>> '79 Spitfire
>>> Jacksonville FL
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