HOW COLD IS IT ?
Dam it’s Cold out!
“IT’S BACK INTO THE WIND COLD,” Daniel Zwicke said as he walk back home to his Greenwich Village apartment on Thursday afternoon December 15, 2016 . The temperature outside on the Island of Manhattan was 23 degrees. Yes it was cold, but with Winds gusting at 40 MPH it was quite bone-chilling-cold with the real feel temperature at a freezing 6 degrees with The Wind Chill Factor calculated in. It was Fucking Cold Out, or best-selling cookbook author coined the phrase for the first time in recorded history, it was “Back into the Wind Cold,” for that’s literally what Daniel said he did as he walked down Minetta Street as the blistering cold wind blew in his face. Daniel says that it was so cold with the strong winds blowing into his face that just as he had done since walking to school as a young boy in East Rutherford New Jersey, he simply turned his back into the wind to help keep his un-protected face a bit warmer against the freezing cold wind on that December day in the year 2016 .
Daniel was all bundled up with a pair of Levis jeans, a T-Shirt, a long sleeve Tee over that with another shirt over that and a very thick and warm wool cardigan shawl sweater over that. Daniel had his Barbour Jacket covering those 4 Layers, a scarf around his neck with a wool knit cap and gloves, along with a pair of Chuck Taylor Converse Sneakers. Yes Daniel was all bundled up and ready for the bitter cold, yet one thing he was missing. Something to cover his face. Well he was in pretty good shape and not that cold at all, all except that after walking 7 blocks from the cafe at the Marlton Hotel, Daniel’s face started getting cold. So cold that as he walked the final two blocks to his house, Daniel just had to put his back into the wind to help things along.
This our friends is a story of the way that fair city New York can sometimes be Back into the Wind Cold.
NEW YORK CITY
A BACK INTO THE WIND DAY
ROCKEFELLER CENTER CHRISTMAS TREE
Guess What ?
IT’S BACK INTO THE WIND COLD
CHRISTMAS TIME in NEW YORK