The weather is considerably cooler. Writing this from the future, I can reassure our clerk, at the Red Feather Lodge in Tusayan, that he is not quite correct about it getting really warm as soon as we get off this plateau. This will be, instead the start of the cold spell. We can't help but take it personally. Last time V—— and I came to to the States we drove into a blizzard that closed down all but one McDonalds and one Starbucks (or so it seemed) in Washington DC. Yes, that rather large city, completely closed. This time we have a storm in states that are supposed to be desert, a storm so large they actually sat down and named it—Boreas. But that's still a couple of sunny days away. Lucky we packed for all occasions—bathers through to thermals.
We paid more tonight at the Red Feather Lodge. And we got more. Shower able showers, sleepable linen, the ability to walk barefoot.
Who wore it better?
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