The jet lag is better, but the weather went south. Fog. Thick fog. Grayness. But warm. Maybe the sun will come back in a day or two, but some rain is predicted. March. Yuck.
Fog means no bright, cheerful photos. One does the best one can given the conditions. Above is the shoreline — in late winter — not far from the house I grew up in. Not visible because of the fog is a mile-long high-rise bridge that joins the town to the barrier island that protects it from the ocean. That means beaches.
The town's old downtown has seen better days. As you can see, its main feature is a very wide street. The buildings are not tall. And the new "downtown" is five or six miles west — it's a stretch of multi-lane highway lined with strip malls, parking lots, and big-box stores. You wouldn't believe the volume of car and truck traffic out there.