Just to clear this up for all you think headed Americans, I am Canadian, and **** proud of it, I would live nowhere else. I like in Kelowna, B.C. For those of you not familiar with the geography of Canada it is in the interior of B.C. a hundred or so kilometers north of the American border. Kelowna is situated in a desert (you heard me), a desert, with very little rain. The temperature in summer here peaks at around 40-42 degrees celcius, around 110 degrees farenheight. In winter we get maybe a foot of snow at the most, and it only lasts a week or two. There are cacti, and scorpions and everything else you expect in a desert here. West of Kelowna along the coast of BC there is a temperate rainforest. Where I am sitting right now gets hotter than Arizona in the summer, and stays much much warmer than most of the US during winter. Snow wise, we see nearly none unless you go up into the mountains. Just thought I'd clear some things up cause I'm sick of people asking me where I park my dogsled. And yes, we do say please and thank-you in Canada.
Tazok ~ Subligar King
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