"Stay inside!" Courtney Kerrick said. That's likely the best advice on a day with temps below zero, but if you have to brave the elements. "Layers, layers, layers, layers," Kerrick added. "I got like eight layers on, I’m good," another man said, while waiting at the bus stop.
Babies bounce, bus- goers bundle. “Wherever you're going, it's gotta be fast." "It's kinda like death cold; it's amazing that anything lives through this."
Even still, the wind chill is giving us a run for our money.
"My boots go down to -35," Kerrick said.
Since boating's out, maybe the cold will motivate you to keep your New Year’s resolution.
"Kinda warm in here actually!" Matt Gallagher said while running at The Edge in Essex. Plus, the sauna can be your reward!
"It is between 550 and 650 right now," Ben Pilsmaker said, while putting pizza into the oven at American Flatbread in downtown Burlington.
Nice and toasty! You've probably never been jealous of pizza until now. Yeah, I mean jealous of the actual pizza as it's put into the oven. "Today, it's a good day to be here," Pilsmaker added.
Or let this be an excuse to go to the Scherdiva Salon in Essex. Under the dryer it’s 176 degrees.
And you know that feeling when you take your clothes out of the dryer? How about having that all day long? The dryer at Gadue’s in Colcehster is very hot even on low. Sign me up!
So since you can't actually climb into the pizza oven, or dryer, or even can't take that cold drive to the gym, I recommend finding a nice fire, or a few, and daydream.
I asked Kerrick, "Where would you like to be today?" She said, "San Diego!"
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