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Jun 27, 2010 10:05 PM CST
Name: Sherry
Crescent City, Ca.
Yes, I found that extremely interesting...what contributes to happiness? In what different ways in which different countries...the economy, certainly, healthcare, politics, climate, the culture of different nationalities, etc. I wish that I could spend time living in different countries to be able to compare, there are so many differences and when you've spent your life living in one country, it's hard to know what it would be like elsewhere. From the 'outside', I think it looks as though you're very lucky to living where you are and we'll hope that the economy gets better everywhere...here included...we could use some help also.
I'm impressed that it doesn't get as cold there as I would have imagined. I think I could live there.I prefer cold to heat anyway. With all of the geothermal activity there, is there much use of it in, say, greenhouses? Using the warm water for greenhouse heating? Is there much use of greenhouses there with the short growing season?

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