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November 22, 2012 8:17 AM Subscribe
For my health, I want/need to move to the right climate for me, which I'm not sure even exists.
It has to be sunny a lot, not humid, with very few
days over 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32C) (I guess I could put up with about 3 weeks like that, and nothing over 100 please) and very few days that are 0 degrees Fahrenheit (-17C) or below. (I don't mind snow.)
posted by serena15221 to Travel & Transportation (42 answers total) 11 users marked this as a favorite
It also has to be a place where it's not too hard for a small 50 year old female with some office experience to find a decent job (which I expect to have to supplement by delivering pizza on weekends, preferably daylight).
It has to be in North America, or Australia, or somewhere full of expats, although I would prefer it to be in the United States, as that is where I've always lived and I'm not sure how adventurous I can be. I have been searching places in the US online, and the best place in the US seems to be Reno, NV as far as the weather goes, but it doesn't seem like it would be easy to find a job there.
The difficulty is, most places with low humidity are too hot.
(Currently, I live in Western PA, which is seriously beautiful, but too humid/rainy and just too many dark, dreary, overcast days.)