Today was the last day for hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin. Which is not to say there have never been hurricanes in December...but we can have reason to hope for a few more months of relative peace and quiet in the Keys. Winter storms can be nasty sometimes, but one of the things I like about the weather here is that rainy season comes in the summer when it's hot, and the cool of winter (relatively) is mostly dry, so we are usually spared endless days of drizzle and damp. I guess we'll meet again with the hurricane season June 1st next year, and hope not to see a storm before August, if at all. I could get used to these hurricane-free summers.