Courtesy, Bill Colley.

I can live with cold weather.  You put on several layers of clothes and deal with the misery as long as you don’t spend too much time outside.

I find I can’t wear gloves while using the air hose and the tire gauge.

In fact I’d rather live with cold than snow but they often come in tandem.  Friday I left work and needed air in at least one tire.  It was windy and the dashboard thermometer was alternating between zero and two.  My Jeep has had one rim with which I’ve always had an issue.  I rotate tires but in cold weather a tire on the one specific rim loses air pressure.  At the gas station I removed the cap from the valve stem and added air.  The tire was then good to go.  I pulled onto the street and the pressure warning popped up again on the display.  As it turns out all four tires needed air.

Back at the pump I managed two tires and then the cold got the best of me.  I find I can’t wear gloves while using the air hose and the tire gauge.  After a 5 minute warm-up in front of the heater I finally got back outside and finished the work.  You know, this doesn’t happen in Orlando!