The first hint of fall approaching hit Vegas this week with morning temperatures in the upper 70’s and daytime highs around 100 degrees F. Not that we’ll have to drag out the winter coats but it is nice to see the temperature down from 110-115F.
With a pool heater, the pool stays open most of the year but we switch to the hot tub during the winter. It’s not the same as when the temperature is around 10-20 degrees F and there is snow on the deck.
You’re sitting in the hot tub with your hair frozen so the body is hot yet the head is cold. Out here where the temperature rarely falls below 50 degrees, it’s almost too hot for a hot tub, even during the winter.
I’m sorry you folks in the north and north-east have to put up with winter. We’ll think about you and your snow shovels.
Still working on my new erotic novel, House Party, which I hope to have out the door soon. Check out Larry Archer’s author’s page on KinkyLiterature for all the smut you can handle.
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Some of my happiest memories involve hot tubs and snow, or hot springs and snow.
I couldn’t stand living in a climate that hot. Even though I live in the tropics, the temps you describe are much higher than what we deal with.
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Hot tubbing is just not the same if it’s not freezing outside. Back in the mid-west, one of the couples we knew had a house on a big lake. During the winter you’d have to walk out on their snow-covered deck, which overlooked the lake and get in the hot tub. What’s funny is that it is hard to get hard in a hot tub. You’d think with all the naked bodies but I guess it’s the heat.
We both got tired of winter back home. It was always a problem at our New Year’s Eve PJ party because most of the girls wore long coats over their lingerie. At straight parties, you throw everyone’s coat on a bed but we always needed the bed at one of our parties. I may complain about it but it’s really not that bad. If you live in a house with A/C, drive an air-conditioned car, and work inside then it’s okay.
Here having an outside job sucks and during the summer workers often start at 5 or 6 in the morning and knock off around 2. But besides the high electric bills, summer is only four months and the rest of the year is nice.
Having a convertible or sunroof is almost useless here except at night. Besides the heat, the sun is so bright during the day that it’s difficult to even open the sunroof.
Of course, that has its good sides as it encourages the ladies to wear as little as possible. Coupled with the nightlife, being a voyeur is an interesting hobby. Wifey and I like to go and window shop outside the nightclubs. The girls in their clubbing outfits are always fun to watch and we get to meet interesting people.
It is expensive to party on the strip with drinks running $10-$20 apiece. As Foxy has a Diamond or VIP club at most hotel/casinos, if we meet an interesting couple then we can drink for free in the private clubs for high rollers.
Tourists come to Sin City and basically leave their morals at home. The slogan “What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas” was heavily promoted by our past mayor and the tourism committee. Most of the commercials showed some skimpily dressed hottie with lots of boobage and legs getting into a cab and getting out at the airport looking like a librarian with long dress, glasses and her hair up in a bun.
People seem to take that to heart while they are here. Wifey likes to play poker on the strip and a lot of tourists will blow a lot of loot because they only have a few days to play.