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Re: The ole' dry as a bone component and why I could never live there
Posted by jwitt abq z7 on 3/9/2018, 9:45 pm, in reply to "Re: The ole' dry as a bone component and why I could never live there"
Albuquerque is the highest metro in the US. We don't get extreme heat and air is cleaner than about everywhere. 300+ days of sunshine. We can go on. Mosquito? What's that?
I"ll take a black widow in the neighbors woodpile over a blood sucking Lyme infested Tennessee tick.
Hey Jim, nothing derogatory toward you or anything you wrote, just stating fact and expounding on your pointing out that most places have overlooked qualities.
Albuquerque, actually Rio Rancho,
New Mexico. Zone 7
Annual precip about 8"
Elevation =10' shy of a mile although climate change may change that