60 degrees – Californians put their sweaters on.
50 degrees – Miami residents turn on the heat.
45 degrees – Vermont residents go to outdoor concert.
40 degrees – You can see your breath.
Californians shiver uncontrollably.
Minnesotans go swimming.
35 degrees – Italian cars don’t start.
32 degrees – Water freezes.
30 degrees – You plan your vacation in Australia.
25 degrees – Ohio water freezes.
Californians weep pitiably.
Minnesotans eat ice cream.
Canadians go swimming.
20 degrees – Politicians begin to talk about the homeless.
New York City water freezes.
Miami residents plan vacation farther south.
15 degrees – French cars don’t start.
Cat insists on sleeping in your bed with you.
10 degrees – You need jumper cables to get the car going.
5 degrees – American cars don’t start.
0 degrees – Alaskans put on T-shirts.
-10 degrees – German cars don’t start.
Eyes freeze shut when you step outside.
-15 degrees – You can cut your breath and use it to build an igloo.
Arkansans stick tongue on metal objects.
Miami residents cease to exist.
-20 degrees – Cat insists on sleeping in pajamas with you.
politicians actually do something about the homeless.
Minnesotans shovel snow off roof.
Japanese cars don’t start.
-25 degrees – Too cold to think.
You need jumper cables to get the driver going.
-30 degrees – You plan a two week hot bath.
Swedish cars don’t start.
-40 degrees – Californians disappear.
Minnesotans button top button.
Canadians put on sweater.
Your car helps you plan your trip South.
-50 degrees – Congressional hot air freezes.
Alaskans close the bathroom window.
-80 degrees – Polar bears move South.
Green Bay Packer fans order hot cocoa at the game.
-90 degrees – Lawyers put their hands in their own pockets.
-100 – degrees – Hell freezes over.
Clinton finally tells all.
Growing up on a dairy farm in southeastern Indiana, Gary traveled very little until midlife, when the opportunity became available to him.
Grabbing his camera and a bag full of equipment, he began his vision quest traveling to most areas of the United States and several countries abroad.
Along the way he collected several thousand photographs that he wants to share with everyone.
Gary decided the best way to accomplish his goal was to publish photo documentaries on the various areas of the world he has visited.
What will follow will be several photography books, who knows how many will wind up in his collection.
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