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Seth’s Blog: “Swedish maxim:

There is no bad weather, just bad clothing.”

2 Responses

  1. While there is (as usual) a grain of salt in this, it is mostly rubbish. You cannot dress probably for really rotten weather. You can dress for cold (down to, say, minus five), you can dress for wind. But you cannot dress for cold plus wind plus rain. So it remains to be observed:

    There is no such thing as bad weather. But there is ill-advised behaviour.

  2. “Probably”? “Properly” is the correct word! (And BTW, there is bad weather. Really strong storms (the kind that uproots trees and blows away houses) are bad weather.

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