Hello, hello, hello!
Are you enjoying your summer? Did you enjoy saying Cris-TOH-bal 30 different ways or were you at least entertained by our meteorologists doing it?
I tell you, I don’t know how much more of 2020 I can take. I fully expect for there to be a massive earthquake and volcanic eruption next. I remember the good ol’ days of just complaining about how hot it was.
But no time for complaining when there are Apple and gator sightings to get to, so let’s get on it, doggone it!
Apple of our eye
A spy said an acquaintance of hers spied Apple CEO Tim Cook in a Gulf Shores seafood market last weekend. (Or if it wasn’t him, it was definitely his doppelganger.) He was dressed in all black and wearing a Tesla ball cap, according to our source. Which sounds perfect for the beach! No word on if it was actually him, but since he is from Robertsdale, it certainly could have been!
Gators, gators everywhere
Tropical Storm Cristobal displaced some of our area gators, and they were showing up in some rather inconvenient places. The first one was spotted at Ed’s Shed. He probably just wanted a fried shrimp and oyster platter, as all gators do.
The next one showed up walking across the Dog River Bridge. Why was he walking across? To get to the other side, of course. Har har har. OK, that was bad.
Hopefully, they all made it back to their little gator homes safely.
Where are you, Jim?
Gators might have been showing up everywhere during Cristobal, but Jim Cantore was nowhere to be found! Maybe he doesn’t get out of bed for anything less than a Cat 2. But we did have The Weather Channel’s Paul Goodloe on Dauphin Island, so at least he was giving us some love. But is it a real storm without Cantore?
Hope everyone fared the storm well and had no damage!
Well, kids, that’s all I got! Just remember whether rain or shine, dramatic or scandalous or just some plain ol’ gator lovin’, I will be there! Ciao!
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