Early last March, my hectic travel schedule brought an unexpected reward: a midwinter trip to sunny Florida. Since my home is in the frozen tundra of Michigan, this came as a most welcome assignment! As I arranged my trip and packed my clothes, I was well aware that I would soon find myself taking my early morning jog without a wool cap and secure in the knowledge that I would not be starting up my snow blower for at least four days. What I was not aware of was the impact that this unit ...

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