You Blokes are having me on!....
No Human Beings in their rights minds like the cold!
Like Butterflies, we were designed to be kept warm and cosy!
We slow down and become confused in the cold.
Over here in England, looking back, I seem to have spent most of my life in uncomfortably cold and damp conditions, which now seem to affect my bones!
Its possible that the English Weather is often damp in Winter cold conditions, rather that cold and dry like arctic places, which makes it uncomfortable to be in?
What aggravates the situation for me, is the fact that for the past 27 years, my only means of daily transport to anywhere, are my Motorcycles, so any unsuitable, rain, snow, ice, etc, driving conditions, means that I cant leave my house!
2 wheels, ice, and snow don't mix!
....and no public transport nearby!
Also, in my past 83 years, only the past 5 years have been enjoyed with the pleasure of central heating and double glazing, so most of my life has been spent in freezing cold conditions indoors during the Winter months.
I can recall times when the bedroom windows were covered in thick ice...on the INSIDE!
So...my Chums, you can see why I have no love of Cold, Snow, and Ice! It has made large slices of my life very uncomfortable for far too long!
Only 3 months
3 weeks (it seems) of the year in England are devoted to Summer, so its mostly cold for most on the year!
There must be a nice place, somewhere, to enjoy the rest of my days in warmth and comfort on this lump of rock?...
Just poked my nose outside; 5*C/41*F!......Far too cold for me to be out in the open air!
Paul....I need toasting!.....
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