The Motley Fool Discussion Boards

Previous Page

Retirement Discussions / Retire Well on Less


Subject:  Re: Newbie to this Retirement Board Date:  2/10/2018  8:03 PM
Author:  Art53 Number:  1830 of 1906

Howie says "I recall Buffalo over to Watertown, NY as heavy snow areas - wet snow in the
early season and dry only after the lakes froze over."

We get a couple of little snows each winter but it usually isn't much, or at least lately it hasn't been. We've lived here in Middle Tennessee for 12 years now and we haven't had more than a few inches each winter. Middle Tennessee is a little different than East Tennessee. It is a few degrees colder in East Tennessee than it is here in Middle Tennessee. Higher elevation I guess?

Back in East Tennessee we had some snows of a foot and up to 18". We lost power for 4 days once and were snowed in for a week. Our road was a mess.

You just gotta deal with it. Or like my mom used to say "you just gotta live in this world kiddo."

Copyright 1996-2019 trademark and the "Fool" logo is a trademark of The Motley Fool, Inc. Contact Us