What does "you're in the green" mean here?
The phrase "you're in the green" means that you are doing okay, everything is working well, and things will be fine. He is also using it as a pun because of where he lives. When he says, "you're in the green," he means that even if things are going terribly, you are okay and doing well because you are in nature. Ex: Everything looks good. You're in the green. Ex: You're in the green! There's nothing to worry about.
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