Every year, without fail we have to get a tree. I don't mean setting up an artificial tree or getting one of those pre-cut live trees either, I mean I have to go to a tree farm, and cut down my own Christmas tree. It's something that my family has been doing since before I was born, and it's a tradition that I'm proud to carry on with my wife in our house.
Like it or not, rats are everywhere; cities, parks, subway terminals, basements, and yes, even at the Jersey Shore. But just because you see one of these squeaky rodents doesn't mean you necessarily have an infestation.
If you do find yourself in need of medical attention, you should be comforted to know that New Jersey has some of the best hospitals in the country. I'm not just saying that out of Jersey pride or anything either, there's actual evidence to this claim!
Now that I'm living at the Jersey Shore it's a whole new environment to get used to, and I'm curious about what to expect. Exactly how bitter cold does it get? Is snow super common? Do people drive like animals in bad weather? What should I expect? What should I prepare for?