So I moved to Phoenix....
And I have a major problem. Phoenix is not hot enough.
A week after moving in I asked Jen if there is any place hotter than Phoenix that we could live. She named a desert in Africa, but much to my dismay no place in the continental US.
Welcome to Satan's Basement. The locals tell me that this is like the surface of the sun and they can hardly bear July and August because it's sooo hot. Well I've got news for the locals... if this is as hot as the surface of the sun, I'm walkin on sunshine.
Jen and I were sitting in the finest dining establishment in Scottsdale last night, Applebees, gorging ourselves on the finest hors d'ouvers, including: honey BBQ wings, mozzarella sticks, and some other fried grease, when we noticed that we were both freezing because the AC was at a frigid seventy two...brrr.
Let's go outside to warm up... but it's only 106 outside and 106 here is not like other parts of the country.
The temp outside is not what you think when you see Komo 4's Steve Pool point to the red and say "OUCH!!! 110. Better wear your sunscreen." If you have ever known the sweltering heat of Minnesota in July then you know that you go into a sauna to escape their 89 degree day. Or a 95 degree day in Seattle day when people loosen up their birkenstocks buckles to get a little more air flow. No, 110 here is not the ridiculous fry an egg on my head heat you get in the states that have humidity.
110 here makes me wear a coat to work everyday... well that and the dress code.