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Reading indoors or outdoors?

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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#181 by tamara_mc41
» 18 Nov 2014, 17:42

I am a indoor reader.
I live close to a airport so sometimes its a bit loud outside. that its Washington and right now its threating to snow.
so I think indoors for sure I can get nice and warm and drink hot coco and focus on the book.
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#182 by Syntheticaudio
» 19 Nov 2014, 12:58

I really like to read outside. I also really like reading when I can see outside, especially when its bad weather and I can just curl up and read a book to make some time pass.
I want to stand as close to the edge as I can without going over.
Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center.

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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#183 by rssllue
» 19 Nov 2014, 15:57

Reading outside in the snow is a wonderful experience! It is so ridiculously peaceful! :D
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#184 by kybunnies
» 19 Nov 2014, 21:13

depends on the time of year. If it is warm out I will read outside while my bunnies play. However if it is below 70 degree I will be inside reading. I cannot take the cold.
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#185 by Indhira_Me
» 20 Nov 2014, 04:57

Both! All I need is a comfortable seat ;)
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#186 by Skillian
» 20 Nov 2014, 05:04

I'm an indoor person. When I first moved to Washington State from Florida people were like.. no you're not from Florida you're pale. I think I was always meant to live here. haha. Granted it is enjoyable to just sit outside and take in a little light now and then... need that vitamin D.
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#187 by Lin2412
» 28 Nov 2014, 01:09

Indoors! Going out to read is hard. I get distracted easily. Even if I'm at a coffee shop that has a homey vibe, I couldn't read still.
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#188 by Hadiqa
» 28 Nov 2014, 07:15

I prefer to read indoors :-)
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#189 by Poly
» 28 Nov 2014, 09:44

Indoors thank you. I have neither the opportunity or the desire to read books anywhere else.
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#190 by bookowlie
» 28 Nov 2014, 12:11

I do tend to read indoors by a reading lamp, particularly since I like to read at night. However, I will sometimes read in the backyard on a sunny day. There's nothing like natural sunlight when reading :)
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#191 by Kershhie
» 28 Nov 2014, 14:09

Indoors
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#192 by lincolnp
» 28 Nov 2014, 18:42

rssllue wrote:Reading outside in the snow is a wonderful experience! It is so ridiculously peaceful! :D


and you've got that beard to keep you warm :wink:

I have to vote for indoors - more comfy and cozy
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#193 by moozie
» 02 Dec 2014, 16:22

Depends on the day, but outside if the weather is nice :)

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Depends on the day, but outside if the weather is nice :)
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#194 by therhinofam
» 02 Dec 2014, 16:46

Mostly indoors because it is a bit quieter and more comfortable. But if I am out by the pool or the beach, a book is a must!!
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Re: Reading indoors or outdoors?

Post Number:#195 by 3chicnP
» 23 Dec 2014, 18:43

I mostly read indoors (mostly because it's the Winter time here all the freakin time) I really want to read on a barn for some reason.
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