The word “settler” means two things.

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3 Responses to The word “settler” means two things.

  1. Hauke says:

    That’s true when there is no electricity, no insulation, no food production abroad, no central heating, no modern warm clothing… or in short: Decades ago. Today: Ski resorts. In the mountains. On glaciers.

    Or Finland.

  2. Bill says:

    Hardly. In the event that global warming trends continue, places where snow is measured in feet now are where prime real estate will be in 50 years. Invest today!

    Also, places where snow is measured in feet are good places to get away from thin-blooded whiners.

  3. Todd says:

    I read this as more reasons to live where there is more snow !