Way557 ...... yes!!!!!!!! What a lovely idea. :D
This would make a very nice tiny apartment, http://prntscr.com/eeerrl What a view you would have.
And now the lorry has taken the top of the snow heap away.
The snow plough is working overtime. That pile is as high as the cafe roof now.
I read up on their average weather a while ago. There are only 3 or 4 months of the year when they don't get snow.
So much snow but it never seems to faze them.
The inside looks bigger than the outside. :D
Thank-you, M D. It has a very attractive looking interior.
A nice evening.
S.S. I thought if you want greenery in the desert, you spend a ton of money watering.
Hi Silver Squirrel ...... I'd rather be where you are than the Arctic!
Rain, desert living is not for everyone. But it seems like half the Midwest moves out here for retirement. And our snowbirds are from cold states and Canada. Our summers are hot. Our other seasons are glorious.
The Arctic and desert regions both experience extremes in climate, and no doubt there are physical and mental challenges in both environments, assuming one ever spends any amount of time outdoors.
Deacon, you'd be wrong about that. We've got flora and fauna all year.
With 330 sunny days a year, everything outside is brown and barren. I like seeing the flora and fawna that our planet has to offer.
I could never live in a place so cold and snowy, despite my being of Scandinavian descent. I live in the desert. We have 330 sunny days a year.
I agree. I forgot to mention the pizza shop but that's no great improvement. Years ago I looked at the average weather for Arjeplog ...... it says snow falls in 9 months of the year. I would absolutely hate that. Nice to look at but certainly not to live there.
Hiya Dear yes it could be a bit bleak here. I mean if you lived here you would be dreaming of getting away to the sun all the time. Dunno it just looks like a place of limited opportunities.
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