Like Bill says, it depends on where you live. Some houses/apts. are warmer than others. I live in one without much sunlight (great during our hot season ofMay 25, 2011 1 of 4View Source
Like Bill says, it depends on where you live. Some houses/apts. are warmer than others. I live in one without much sunlight (great during our hot season of April/May) but during the winter months, I wear sweats inside my house and pile on the blankets at night. So, in Oaxaca, the answer to your questions is "depende." A useful response to most questions. If you go up into the mountains (and I highly recommend it as others have), you'll need the equivalent of a ski parka (at least I did) and plan to sleep in fleece or sweats.
The state of Oaxaca ranges from high alpine forests to tropical coastline. It's a fantastic state!
--- On Wed, 5/25/11, Bill Sanders <bsanders@...> wrote:
From: Bill Sanders <bsanders@...>
Subject: [OaxacaCity.net] Re: another clothes question
Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2011, 2:37 PMHello Oaxacacity-streets-shops,
What months you coming? Where you gonna stay?
North of town (Etla) can be bloody cold in winter with the remnants
of what we in Colo called a Canadian Express. I lived off-grid
(make your own power, plow your road, etc.) at 9300 feet for five
years -- and approached the winter of 2007 too cavalierly.
Bring AT LEAST a warm sweater or fleece shirt and a windshell.
And I heartily second the suggestion to explore the mountains on
both sides of the valley.
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