Today: I was frozen inside my house because the arctic entrance door froze shut. A friend came over and was able to open it w/ brute force and tools from the outside. That was not so bad, but I drove my car into civilization to get gas and groceries only to discover my gas tank cover was frozen stuck. So I drove to my nearest friend's house, and I tried to get in via the garage door opener. I always go in that way and have the code.I figured I could unfreeze it in his garage. ( He's gone and I couldn't find my phone.) Guess what? A lot of times garage doors don't function well in cold weather. I could not get in, but went back to the gas station and a guy messed w/ my cover for a long time, and he finally got it open so I could get gas. The cover may not ever work again though. IDK what this has to do w/ weather, but it does. I lost my cell phone. Oh, I do know. It is so d-----cold that I don't want to even go out again and look for it. It may very well be in my car. To top it all off, where I plug my car in is full of snow and it trips daily. All you have to do is hold in a tiny button for 10 seconds to reset it. The tiny button requires no gloves. Do you have any idea what 10 seconds on metal feels like? It is in a really inconvenient snowy spot where I have to squat down and look upside down to find it too. I have decided for now, I will stay here as long as I have a parent alive here. Then I am selling this place and moving South....somewhere warm. My kids like to travel, so they can come visit and maybe I'll come back in the summers.