Isn't it a pleasure to have people tell us where the "armpits" are, which cities are "backwards," which cites are smoggy and dirty. How productive and "tolerant" (and I'm the troller - LOL)
Even though Colorado Springs is consistently windy, even though the weather patterns don't support stagnant air, even though I have never heard of a "smog alert day" or seen any smog, I have been told that Colorado Springs is smoggy.
I wonder what the American Lung Association has to say about that:The Cleanest Air.
Most of the areas that were rated as having the best record on ozone air pollution, reporting no days in the unhealthy ranges, in last year’s report again rated highly this year. Bellingham, Washington ; Colorado Springs, Colorado ; Des Moines, Iowa ; and Duluth, Minnesota, all made the list of clean cities for both the 2000 and 2001 reports.http://www.lungusa.org/air2001/trends.html#cleanest
a mind is a terrible thing to waste.