So, who coined the phrase, “it’s a dry heat!” Are you kidding me?
I recently visited Phoenix, Arizona for the first time in my life last week. Of course the week I had to be there for a conference, the temperature each day was 100, 101, and 100 with sun filled skies every day. Now it was a huge contrast in weather considering I left a cloudy, cool and soggy Ohio. I don’t think I have seen the sun for a couple of weeks here in Ohio. Maybe I was just shell shocked at the difference in temperature but it felt like I was sticking my head in an oven. The humidity average just under 10%, so I know that’s where we get our dry heat.
I would have to say that the scenery was beautiful though. I was able to play a gorgeous golf course and see some of the native animals that inhabit the desert. My favorite had to be the roadrunner. Yes, they exist and are real. I say this because my wife did not believe me. So the proof is in the photos.
After looking around and sightseeing for awhile, I finally got the message from the Arizona desert.