I know. I know. This was supposed to be the on-the-road post, the one where I post a picture and you write the caption and Joe and I drive back to New York. The car, though, had other plans and is now sitting in a repair shop — which means the you-do-the-writing post will have to wait.
As will we — waiting for our car and for the arrival of Saharan dust. Yes, you read that correctly. A cloud of Saharan dust is making its way to South Florida. Forecasters say the most noticeable effect will be a milky, hazy sky — nothing blue about it. All I know is that it’s a little something extra to make the heat feel hotter. I guess you could say it’s a dry heat, and how often can that be said in Fort Lauderdale?
So what should a couple of disheartened travelers do on a clear, dust-free night? Take a walk, of course.