On this winter day in northwest Florida, you could experience all the colors under the sun as long as they were shades of gray.
That reminded me of the way that Henry Ford offered his first car in any color as long as it’s black.
I don’t know if there’s a specific meteorological condition to describe the moment, but I’ll call it Choctawhatchee Bay Gray.
The low ceiling, lack of wind, and dead calm marked the day. In my dozen and a half visits, I haven’t seen anything like it.
The emptiness combined with the mystery of the sign was just what I needed.
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