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I Survived the West Coast Heat Dome

But it was HELL on Earth

Photo by Mohamed Nohassi on Unsplash

I always look forward to the late June weather on the west coast of British Columbia. The daytime temperatures often get into the low 20s, which makes for a pleasant day. You get to go outside, take a walk, eat out on a patio, or go down to the beach and listen to the waves crash against the shore.




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