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The United States may be a fair bit further south than where my European ancestors came from, nevertheless, it is still capable of getting rather cold here in the winter.
There is this little joke we tell people in Ohio. They probably tell this joke, or some variation of it, in a few other states, but I've always heard it about Ohio. Here's how it goes: In Ohio, we have four seasons. "Almost Winter", "Winter", "Still Winter", and "Construction".
Here lately though, the "Construction" season seems to be getting longer, and since I actually prefer the cooler weather, it's always a relief when those temperatures begin to fall.
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