Saturday, February 28, 2009

Rochester, NY


We just flew into Rochester. The sight, although somewhat familiar, seems so very hostile!

I know I spent the first 20 years of my life in this kind of climate, but it seems so brutal now. Tennessee has it's moments of harsh weather (usually awful humidity in the summer) but it's not quite as oppressive as this.

Gosh. Cold is cold.

Posted by ShoZu

6 comments:

Ida said...

It's the same way when driving from where I live to Indiana!

Jenny said...

i dislike cold

Lia (no, you don't know me, but it would be cool if you did) said...

Now imagine living here... you get used to it. I enjoy it, now. Thanks for being at Revolve (totally rocked, I screamed so loud "Hawk Nelson is my friend!" like 5 times) I hope all you guys get over your colds and, please, none of you should jump of a stage into a crowd of girls. We can't hold you guys. We are too in awe of you... and to afraid that you might crush us...
Hope you guys get some ketchup flavored chips soon.

Kathy said...

I hate the cold...and I live in Wisconsin. but I love the summers here cause it isn't all that humid most of the time, usually when it storms out or we have a rare heat wave(like 90 + temps). I especially love it when all my favorite bands are in my hometown in a total of like 4 days. Lifest is going to rock with you guys this summer.

Kate said...

I just moved here seven months ago, I don't like cold, but the snow is really pretty. I also screamed my head off for you guys. And we really cant hold any of you up, so don't jump please. Hawk Nelson is my Friend.

Krystyna :) sweedish fish girl. said...

roshester's cold isn't only brutal. we had to walk down the streets of rocheter. now thats scary. Buffalo is so safe to me now. lol btw sweedish fish and ketchup chips ...ROCK.