Thanks for your comments. And it’s true, to live sanely in the summer humidity of Florida requires allowing one’s blood to thin (it takes a good season or two) and learning “tricks of the trade” to avoid the scorching heat and smothering humidity. With regard to comparing winter snow to summer humidity, at least we don’t have to shovel the humidity, as the saying goes. (Although at times it is shovel-able!)
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We didn't so much "reinvent the water cycle" as we gave it a reboot for our modern times.
We cover them all: The Districts, the estuaries, the aquifers and the watersheds. Also the rain, and the dew. Plus the humidity. Did I mention evaporation? The list goes on.
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