“They” say we are overdue for a hurricane to take us out.
But “they” also say that the “big one” out in California is also overdue. While the Northeast and Midwest get pummeled by the frosty weather, we are suffering through glorious “boring” weather of 70 + degrees F each day with blue skies, fluffy clouds, and generally wonderful wind with a weekly rain or two thrown in. Tough, huh?
We are visiting friends across the state and making plans to go to Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge and the northern part of the Everglades National Park at the end of the month. We have room and restaurant reservations for the week. I may have said the DH’s idea of “roughing it” is “no remote control on the TV.” It may be expensive (high season during these ideal weather conditions), but I am hoping it is worth it.
We also hope to take several more trips to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. We have to find more “nature” places to visit with our cameras. We don’t want to get in a rut, do we?
And then again, what’s wrong with the rut we are in?