It was 75 degrees at the Blue Hole this morning when Cheyenne and I went for our morning walk.
For at least the next week I am back on nights as my Trainee does some specialized training with my boss so I have that to look forward to, and even though she doesn't know it Cheyenne will enjoy a return to our regular schedule. I am glad to train as I want more people to get this great job I have, but it is much more stressful training by day than working by night with my buddies.
I was idly wondering what the forecast this week of night work might look like and I saw a horrible picture. Well bugger. Unless you enjoy snow which I don't, I looked at this and read that four people died of hypothermia in San Francisco. Charleston to Tallahassee is the front line holding out bearable temperatures against a continent of frozen water.
The little strip of orange depicted above looks like this on the ground. Reading, in shorts, on the porch.