How cement fans have adapted to the cold and dark winters of the American West has been a major theme of the blogosphere in recent years.
But with the winter season starting in December, we wanted to take a closer look at how cement fans are coping with their winters.
In order to find out more about the winter weather, we interviewed cement fans from all over the country.
We spoke to local cement enthusiasts and cement manufacturers to get a better understanding of the winter conditions and how cement has adapted to them.
Cement siders were not always so comfortable in the winter months.
In the 1920s and 30s, winter was often the coldest time of year for cement fans, and many fans were forced to sleep outside during the winter.
Today, many cement enthusiasts are comfortable in their winter homes, but their experiences are not without challenges.
Here’s what we found.
The coldest months of the year