What I want to know is, why Chicago had to be next to Lake Michigan instead of the Atlantic Ocean somewhere between 26 and 27 degrees latitude. I mean, Chicago in the summer is as nice as Palm Beach is during the winter, but that's one season out of four. In any of the four seasons, in Palm Beach, there is a breeze off the ocean, so the seaside temperature is relatively constant - and bearable. And the only ice one has to deal with is in one's glass of Tanqueray 'n' Tonic.
LM (Love Muffin) and I spent the week, referenced yesterday, in beautiful North Palm Beach, Florida.
There was a lot of this in the mornings:
And a lot of this kind of thing during the day:
And in the evenings? That's where imagination comes in.