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Time for my yearly “I need to move to Phoenix” post… It SNOWED here today.

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Saturday, September 29th, 2007
Categories: Life

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Utah Utes FootballI’m coooooollllld. I spent the afternoon watching my (mediocre) college football team play in a SNOWSTORM. Yes, it’s September 29th and it snowed for several hours this afternoon. Don’t believe me? Just look at the size of the snow flakes in the picture. My feet are still frozen and the game ended about three hours ago.

I can’t believe it. It is 35 degrees right now. The mountains in my back yard are white. Two weeks ago it was in the 90’s. That’s what the weather here in Salt Lake can be like.

I’m going to go take a hot bath…

Does anyone know of a place that is in the 80’s all year long, has low humidity, and has cheap golf? New Mexico? Arizona somewhere? I need to move. Your suggestions are appreciated!

UPDATE:

Perhaps I should update my requirements to:

“…a place that is in the 80’s all year long, has low humidity, has cheap golf, great mexican food, great italian food and many hot (available) women who golf…”

That’s better.

7 responses to “Time for my yearly “I need to move to Phoenix” post… It SNOWED here today.”

  1. Double Eagle says:

    When you find the place, let me know.

    The weather in New Jersey was a perfect 10 today, but that won’t last. The summers are muggy and the winters are just cold enough to be annoying. I need 12-month perfect golf weather.

    -Mike

  2. Hey Tony,

    Sorry about your team and your weather.

    Here in Kentucky we’re 5-0, atop the SEC East and the weather’s great… mid 80’s for a high and mid 60’s for lows. We usually have extended fall seasons, with great weather, but our summer’s are muggy, so we’re not perfect, but we have unusually inexpensive golf, especially at the Signature Series of the Kentucky State Parks, which you can Google or check some of the reviews on my blog.

    Um, does great contry cookin’ figure in there anywhere ?

    Like BBQ, catfish, country ham, etc ?

  3. Catfish? Hmmm.. nope. BBQ and country ham work though. How about mexican food or italian?

    Perhaps I should update my requirements to:

    “…a place that is in the 80’s all year long, has low humidity, has cheap golf, great mexican food, great italian food and many hot women who golf…”

    That’s better.

  4. Miranda says:

    If you learn to cook the great mexican and italian food, then it will be easier to find your new place to live 🙂

    I don’t care about cheap golf and the many hot women who golf, but if you find a place that’s in the 80’s all year long and has low humidity, let me know. Winters here in WV suck.

  5. Eat Golf says:

    ho hum, another crummy day here in southern California 🙂 🙂

  6. Cal says:

    You could try moving to Queensland… 🙂

  7. Well Miranda how hard would it be to graduate from Top Ramen to cooking great Italian food? Maybe you have a good point there…

    And perhaps I was a little too over the line on the cheap golf golf and many hot women who golf. The price of the golf isn’t that important.

    🙂

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