AFP's Most Unwanted
It gets up to 110 degrees in July, with droughts lasting for months a very real possibility. It is so bad that in the inner cities, parents actually have to pay for summer school for no other reason than for their kids to chill in front of an A/C unit which the school provides. It's so bad that the A/C repairman might very well be the Clark Kent of Dallas. While we do have the Katy Trail north of downtown, most reasonable people in Texas would rather explore a museum, go clubbing, or take in a movie rather than face the wretched heat. Going outside after dark isn't as refreshing as you might think. September and October
That sounds alright, I'm guessing it's just dry heat over there?
Also, is there plenty of public accessible land there?