Go ahead a laugh, I don't mind - but the furtherest north I have ever been is Memphis TN. We're being transferred to North Dakota for a 5 year contract. While looking at houses (via MSN Real Estate) I'm noticing that most houses have basements and NO AC.... I've been told that I "just need to buy the right shoes" - I have no idea what that means - and I've been told that the culture there is completely different than anything I've ever experienced in Texas.
A couple of questions come to mind - 1. Why are all the houses so OLD - and do they have insulation in them or am I gonna freeze my ass off even at home? 2. I've never driven on ice, or shoveled a sidewalk in my life - how do you learn to do that stuff?
And why does this feel like I'm practically moving to another country?
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