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Sunday, May 22, 2011
I figured the Tandy Hills had not dried out from our most recent deluge.
As I drove towards Fosdic Lake and the stunning skyline of beautiful downtown Fort Worth came into view, I was surprised by how smoggy the view was.
I'd been oblivious to the state of today's Fort Worth air, til I saw the FW skyline through a thick haze and then looked in the other directions, where I could see into the horizon, and saw a thick foggy smog had descended over the D/FW Metroplex.
I decided I wanted to take a picture of the Fort Worth skyline. That required going to the top of Mount Tandy. I figured I'd take my picture and try to hike, but if it was muddy, I'd go back the short distance to Fosdic Lake.
Well, the Tandy Trails turned out to be dry. So I got in some good, salubrious, aerobicizing hiking.
Due to the humidity and the temperature nearing the 90 zone, by the time I was done I was a totally wet mess. Wettest mess I ever recollect getting whilst hiking on the Tandy Hills.
I am ready for this ultra-humidity to go away.
Although, the ultra-humid wet wool blanket type air does make getting in the pool very refreshing.