<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>(very few Monsoons) here<p><hr></blockquote><p>This is where the wind comes in. While Phoenix has rain (along with the wind) during monsoon season, Vegas just has wind. I mean it's absolutely sick wind. I recall one time seeing on the news that we were going to have 55 mph winds and thinking, that can't be too bad... then I went to let the dogs out in the back yard before I went to work in the morning. When I opened the back door, the wind tore the screen door off the hinges. <blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>as soon as the new jobs settle in a bit we'll get to see some of the wonderful outdoors in the region<p><hr></blockquote><p> Mt. Charleston and Red Rock Canyon are a must see (and only a few minutes outside of town. Valley of Fire (north of Vegas) is pretty cool too. <br><br>
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<br><br>I've been waiting for someone to say that! <br>I had just got the desk (sweet deal), and pushed the printer out of the way to cover it with lemon oil. That printer sucks so bad I hope it does fall off.<br><br>
That's neat. I love that painting too, we have a print of it in our hall.<br><br>As far as the AC unit price goes though... ouch. I'll have to stick to ugly, but cheap. Just like the women in my life. <br><br>
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