Los Angeles' smog problem underplayed
Woke up in LA, stepped outside and thought I’d walked right into a mushroom cloud. The smog was that low lying, completely covering buildings.
The fog in San Francisco is even thinner. Not to mention much more pleasant.
Now, of course it’s not like this everyday. But it’s like it enough days. Who wants to golf in this stuff?
I’m all for checking out LA. If you want to try the restaurants (even though they’re not as good as New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco or even Chicago restaurants), see the Getty, stroll Rodeo Drive and work in some golf, go for it. But LA when the main purpose of your trip is golf? That just doesn’t make sense.
I always love it when somebody claims that Los Angeles’ smog problem is overplayed. In truth, it’s underplayed. I lived 20 minutes from Manhattan for years and never saw anything like it.
Come join the movie stars in the exhaust soup!
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