Robert Vegas Bob Swetz has a Solution for the Long Cold Winters
How many of you are tired of the long cold winters?
How many of you are tired of shoveling snow?
How many of you are tired of driving in snow and ice, and the dangers that come with it?
How many of you have arthritis, getting older and your bodies are in pain from the cold or dampness?
I could go on and on about long cold winters because I grew up in the Midwest with below zero temperatures, snow, salt on the roads, etc.
It totally sucks and that's why I moved to Las Vegas over 20 years ago.
So having lived in a city and state with Long Cold Winters, I feel your pain ;o(
That's why I wanted to show the readers and viewers photographs with snow and the views of cold weather.
How many years have you told you spouse, partner, family or friends that some day you will move to a city or state with warmer climates and milder winters?
When I lived in the Midwest and spring finally did come around, it was exciting. Then Summer rolls around so fast, lasts maybe a month and a half, fall comes up and then that Long Cold Winter ... ;o(
Now for anyone reading this that just wants to get out of this jail of Long Cold Winters, make a plan.
I am sorry for anyone living in cities and states that are freezing, under snowfall, etc that are reading this post.
When your finished reading this post, take a walk over to a window or patio door and look at all that snow and cold. Ask yourself, is this really worth it? Life is short and maybe it's time to make that move?
And for some strange reason any of you that like living in these types of climates, all the power to you ;o)
But if you want to get out or are planning to get out in the next 1 or 2 years, call Vegas Bob about moving to Las Vegas or Henderson Nevada.
Believe me, once you've lived her for 1 or 2 years you will never want to go back.
Really think about this post, and look at these cold snowy looking photographs and ask yourself.
Why can't I live like Vegas Bob and so many others in the warm temperatures and sunshine all year long?