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The marine layer these days

marine layer rolls in

We've been so lucky this summer to have a robust and active marine layer. This weekend, it even reached into Solstice Canyon, which is almost always hot and dry. You can be completely socked in at the coast and just a few hundred yards away, the sun will be hot and bright in that canyon. So here's 30-ish seconds of the marine layer moving through, so thick in places it erases the view.

In other news, Here in Malibu's spot on Instagram is getting to be a tiny bit more comfortable. Still feels strange to get likes and messages and followers you've never heard of. And I'm pretty sure we're getting our fair share of bots. But all in all, so far so good.

And in answer to more than a few of your emails, yes yes yes, the move to the url to Wordpress continues to be absurdly slow. But their truly sh*tty interface for new users, from choosing your plan to choosing your platform, annoys me so much that so far, I can't bear to follow through. But I will. Eventually,

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