Johngold
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

May in Edmonton

Well, we got up this morning and guess what we saw.

Welcome to Alberta....May 6 2015

Crying

 

Tags: I wish I was in Hawaii.....

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Lyniepearl
Contributor Level: Purser

Yuck! What is it like in Alaska? We're headed there in a couple of weeks.

 

Johngold
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

It is spring in Alaska, Bring a warm sweater or coat, but you should get no snow unless you go northeast.

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

Spring has sprung in So Cal also,  Last week we were in the 90's and had the A/C running.  This week we are overcast and cool in the mid 60's,  we are praying for a chance of rain.  Water restrictions are starting to be enforced because of the drought.  City's are paying residents $3.00 a Square foot to remove lawns and go to drought tolerant landscape (fake grass or gravel)  So Cal's Bi-polar weather continues (in a week we have gone from A/C to having to have the heater on)  and in Los Angeles Brown is the new Green.  We are restricted to what days, how long and what time we can water our lawns.  

For Alaska,  think of packing layers of clothing so you can adjust your clothing as the temp changes. 

Johngold
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

Just Me---If you want to pay the freight....I can send the snow over.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

If you are looking for warm weather, come to Florida in May.  Even the birds are out early enjoying the sunshine and warm water.  Sorry I couldn't resist.  I did enjoy your photo of the snow.  It brings back happy memories of my years in NY. 

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