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Old 12.10.2020, 18:39
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Re: Maintaining small house & living in the lower mountains questions

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Be aware that "living in lower mountains" (assumed about 1200 metres) means that you will have snow on the ground from November to late April. Summers, though beautiful are short and nights can be cold - so no sitting out on balmy evenings.

A great place for a holiday, but for me not an ideal place to live...

Bliss- when you are all melting and complaining bitterly about being too hot, can't breathe - we are lovely and warm up here during the day- and then later in the evening, it cools down with a lovely breeze- and we can sleep wonderfully. No light pollution, no noise - bliss. And in winter, when you are all complaining about fog and damp, and lack of light- we are in bright sunshine, cold but dry, and sparkly. sheer bliss. Oh, and no rocks above, and no chance of flooding either.


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