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Ive been here for a little over a year and I like it even through the 115 degree summers. Nothing like some blazing hot sun to get you going in the morn'. In Phoenix, I learned that it "cools down" to 100 degrees at night in the summer. I also have a farmers tan that I do not wish to share with you and yes, it is also a truckers tan (i.e., my left arm is approaching a "pecan" shade whilst my right arm is more of a golden tan). No, I have not been burned despite my ghastly appearance when I first arrived here in the valley. I used 70+ spf sunblock when I arrived and I still got tanned. I assume that if it is anything like last year, it will be about 95+ degrees by the end of this month (March). It is very interesting to have an outdoor job in the desert. When I have to prepare pallets outside in the sun, you really get aquainted with ultra-violet radiation and how easily it reflects off of concrete. I would have this funny "wiggly" feeling deep in my skin when I happen to be standing full blast in the sun with the radiation also reflecting back on me. I am assuming that is my melanin trying to block all this light and create my farmer tan.
I am hoping it slows down at work so I can get back to doing nothing.
:: Jane Dee 12:00:00 AM [+] ::