I am on record (in the old forum) as saying I remain sceptical about some things- though I am less so than I was initially. I still retain my right to have opinions which are different to Steve's (or anybody's, for that matter). But Steve's stuff was a real eye opener.
I still can't believe though that he is leaving God's country to go to Sydney.
And I can't believe that, after saying how much he enjoyed the lifestyle of being a walk away from work in Canberra, that he only walked the 1.5km once!
So you left a freezing winter- and a not-too-unpleasant summer- to go to a bl*dy humid unpleasant summer?
I'd like to see you walk to your office from home in Sydney (between November and March)!
I mentioned in a previous post that I like a climate where the MWWI does not exceed 5 in a summer.
(MWWI = Mrs Whitfield's Whinge Index. Any day where she complains about the humidity, the index increases by one. Five days a year in Canberra indicates that the climate is bearable. It's probably 60+ in Sydney. And much higher again in Brisbane. It's semi-frivolous- but, to me, it's one way of indicating the comfort zone of a location. And yes, Canberra does get cold... but oftenm Canberra homes have better defences against cold than Sydney homes have against humidity and heat).