Tucsonans go to Mount Lemmon to escape the heat in the summer and play in the snow in the winter. While Tucsonans go up to enjoy the forest and get relief from the heat, their Phoenician visitors go to Mount Lemmon to breath fresh air. In Phoenix, they usually can't go outside from May until October! And if you take Phoenicians up there in the winter, it'll probably be the first time they've ever seen snow (or remember seeing it—Phoenix summers purge the memory of snow).
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