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Hi there! I'm in Juneau, too! I've lived here most of my life except when I lived in Colorado to go to college.
 

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Hey, I went to the University of Southern Colorado in Pueblo. Where'd you go?
I went to Fort Lewis College in Durango. It was, as they say, Fort Leisure, I never finished school but learned all about partying! Gosh, I'm so glad I'm too old for that sort of thing anymore!

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Yay!!! So good to see someone else on mdc down here in rain country
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I know! Only today it is snow country, huh? I've been feeling a bit of cabin fever lately and the snow makes it difficult to leave the house.
 

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Hi gals,
I was born and raised in Juneau! We now live in sunny Arizona where it only rains for maybe a total of 30 minutes total all year long. I've really gotten used to it and dont know if i could go back to living in the cold and the rain. But my husband could possibly be getting offered a job in Juneau and all my family is still there.

How do you parent in the rain?? I honestly dont know how i would do it. when it sprinkles here we all run out and dance in it, but if it rained everyday i would be so depressed. as a child i didnt think twice about it but as a mom i would find it really annouying.

Pros/cons of living in SE Alaska??

Honestly, you just have to get some rain coats and boots and go outside. You might get wet but then you can always put on dry clothes when you are done. And don't forget to take a change of clothes for your kids when you go away from home! I used to work outside and I've learned that from the inside of a house it may look dreary outside, but once you get out there the chances are it really isn't that bad. And once you get out there, in Juneau compared to living in Colorado, there is so much stuff just going on naturally! Tons of vegetation, bugs, birds, fish in the water, animals in the forest. It always overwhelms me when I come back here after being gone for long periods of time. So much stuff living on every available inch of space! And all because there is plenty of water.
 
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