Alexis, *These fish spend the summer as far North as Maine and maybe even up into Canada and then migrate to Florida for the winter, kinda like some people I know, so it is not a local change in sea temperature. *I guess the pelicans follow them down because they are "good eats".
Dyflam, are you doubting Al Gore's premise about global warming?
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Hey PAK, You get enough snow up there and you will be just like the pelicans. *Let me know when your flight arrives and I will pick you up at FLL International.
rarely get much snow here average annual precip is around 12 inches most of that is rain. however with what snow we get comes the cold. and i mean COLD! -40 before windchill freaking SUCKS!
Rattler Shut up! (JK)
I mean that nicely of course!
I lived in alaska, it would be -40 for days on end! And around -20's -10s on average!
And when it got into the 20's and 40's for the first time befor summer It felt like Summer! I would wear shorts in this temperature. But It did get nice and warm in the summer too 70's 80's...
Stay chooned in for more!
bbbbrrrrrr. Alaska? Why would anyone want to live there?
We should send the prisoners to alaska.
I live in georgia and with this 70 degree weather i'm already freezing.
lol nep-ak...................-40 before windchill in winter............110 in the summer(cooling off to nice cool 90 at night).................actually i could deal with Alaska, its got better hunting than i have and that hard to do................yeah i could deal with Alaska
Alaska! I spent six months flying back and forth to Prudhoe Bay back in the 70's. *My flight training down here did not prepare me for mountains, whiteouts, icing conditions, compass deviation and 4000 foot gravel runways.
Poor Florida boy nearly froze to death. *Never again.