Aboriginal for “bring a warm coat”

Had a great time in Chicago with M. and R. despite the decidedly wintery weather. J. intelligently brought her down-filled coat; I should have done the same. With due respect to Dalton48, 0 degrees with high winds is *not* the same as 0 degrees without.

Interestingly, “Chicago” is an aboriginal word meaning something roughly like “smelly onions”. Apparently wild onions used to grow in the swampland on the coast Lake Michigan, and…

Photeaux to follow.