Why Northerner head south for the winter

Updated: Mar 11, 2019


It has been said by those in the Northern USA that we have two seasons, winter and road construction. When snow and cold weather starts around Halloween and ends when the May flowers are supposed to come up, we all need a break. Many of us can't be called snow birds yet so we dream of warm weather and a time when we don't have to shovel snow off our roof.


Thus, the origin of the national school holiday we call Spring Break. The problem is that it is never spring-like when that break comes around. So, we have to head south to catch a glimpse of what spring might be like in a few months.

Don't get me wrong, I love snow and the changing of the seasons but sometimes it gets to be too much.

Check out this article about the Snowpocalypse in some N. Wisconsin small towns.



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