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A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by tucsonmike on 24 January 2006 12:59am
 
It is 18 Celsius, and the folks across the street have Ranchero music on. I have th door open as well. Just another evening in Tucson.
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by Miss-M on 24 January 2006 4:41am
 
Mike, what is the average temperature in Tucson in the height of Summer? It just occurred to me that I may not adapt well to your climate if I were to relocate to Tucson. I'm very fair and better suited to the cooler weather. In that respect, I think you should provide me with a comprehensive list of pros and cons concerning your 'hood and convince me why I should move there! ;)
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by suzulu on 24 January 2006 11:43am
 
Woke up this morning to frost, it's very cold in London today.
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by tucsonmike on 24 January 2006 2:07pm
 
I'm about to head to the rent paying job. It is cold here now. (About 0 out).
Missy, are you telling me you want to move here? LOL! It can hit 40 celsius in the heat of summer, but it is dry. In the summer, the nights are just wonderful. In an hour and a half you are 9,000 feet above sea level and it is 25 degrees cooler. It is frigid up there now.
Don't you like Australia, darlin?
What are you looking for in a place to live, LOL!
I'll be back later. Have to head out the door. I can chat on MSN if you let me know when.... :-) I think (and my opinion is only ever so slightly biased) Tucson is the best!
Mike
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by Spursfan on 24 January 2006 4:52pm
 
When we were in Arizona about 3 years ago(only for a few nights - we were driving the Great Western tour!! - I seem to remember staying at Scottsdale?

We got horribly lost in Phoenix. I was sleeping in the back, and I'd heard my husband (who was driving) tell our friend 'Here's Phoenix we'll be there soon'. Another three hours later we were still going round the same bit of Phoenix!! Seems the road system was confusing, despite maps etc.

Oh well, got there in the end!!

Anne
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by Miss-M on 24 January 2006 11:30pm
 
What's your email address Mike? :)
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by Ellerd on 25 January 2006 12:02am
 
Sounds like it was a nice evening Mike. Our evenings have been horribly sticky of late, although at least you can have a dip in the swimming pool at 10pm.

Missy - what don't you like about Australia? I demand to know! :)
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by tucsonmike on 25 January 2006 1:24am
 
LOL Ellerd, that is right demand Missy tell you her gripes about Oz! LOL!

Missy email address is [email protected]

 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by Miss-M on 25 January 2006 2:46am
 
Hey Ellerd! I don't really have too many complaints about Australia. I think it's one of the safest and luckiest places to be. I just don't like the erractic weather conditions, that's all! :o)
 
Re: A Quiet Evening in Tucson. by Miss-M on 25 January 2006 2:47am
 
Mike, is that the email address you use for MSN?
 
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