Yep, it’s true. On Wednesday morning, when I awoke, it was 69 or 70 inside my trailer. Friday morning it was 75. Wednesday after sunset, it was 75 in my trailer. Thursday after sunset, it was 90!! That’s a huge one day jump!!! All because of Tropical Storm Douglas (who has since left this earthly world without causing damage.) I can’t ever recall something like this and so early in the summer. Global climatic change, here we are.
This type of heat usually doesn’t arrive until mid to late August. It’s only the beginning of July. Oh my.
On Thursday, I gave my friend Aaron a ride to the airport in San Jose del Cabo. It was cloudy and windy on the drive. Halfway to Cabo it started to rain. Wow! It didn’t rain long but it did rain. It also rained hard but short in Los Cabos. There were puddles on the ground. The wind was brisk and the ocean was churning. We stopped at the overlook by Zippers and I click a few shots.
Notice no surfers are in the water. Some nice lines out a ways but nothing except churn close in. Can you say “whitewater?”