Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Snow
From: davidbe@sco.COM (The Cat in the Hat)
Date: 1990-05-22, 14:01
Reply-to: dave@sco.COM (The Cat in the Hat)
Yo! Dig what email@example.com (Michael Barnett) sez:
-In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Ray Rosch) writes:
->The murder has been established as occuring on or about the 24th. of
->Twin Peaks has been established to be very near the Canadian border,
->probably in Washington State.
->Question - Why no snow on the ground?
-this would help in placing twin peaks near the western edge of washington.
-since washington is next to the ocean, it is in fact relatively rare for
-there to be snow at all. (i'm talking about the strip containing bellingham,
-seattle, tacoma, etc.) in seattle, it snows maybe once a year, and then
-melts within a few days at most. the eastern edge of washington gets quite
-a bit of snow during the winter.
In that case, where are they getting all those clear nights? My guess
is that if it's Washington, it *has* to be the eastern border, but more
likely this whole thing takes place in Idaho. Well, a proverbial Idaho,
since the scenery doesn't match up with the given location.
-- David Bedno aka dave@sco.COM: Speaking from but not for SCO. " ... whatever the collective wisdom of the net dictates is the best solution for this week will be fine with us." - doug@sco.COM