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When I lived in the hot, humid clime called Texas, I had air conditioning, and money to run the air conditioner. Here in San Diego I still have air conditioning, and money to run the air conditioner.
However, San Diego also has “cool zones” for people without air conditioning (our normal climate allows for many homes without air conditioning) and for people without money to run the air conditioning (we have a lot of retirees on fixed incomes).
The heat and humidity wave hanging over San Diego for the past five days has caused lots of people to head to the cool zones. I was one of them.
With the San Onofre nuclear power plant being offline and the power grid here in San Diego somewhat fragile, I decided to try to do my little part by not staying at home using the air conditioner. Since libraries are designated cool zones, I thought it would be kind of neat to check out a different library each day:
Tuesday, August 7 — College-Rolando branch of the San Diego City Library
Wednesday, August 8 — San Diego State University library
Thursday, August 9 — Coronado City Library (see post: I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore)
Friday, August 10 — Serra Mesa and La Jolla branches of the San Diego City Library
Saturday, August 11 — University of California San Diego library
Sunday, August 12 — City Heights and Point Loma branches of the San Diego City Library, and San Diego State University library
Here are some pictures of the libraries and some of their non-book holdings:
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Posted on August 13, 2012, in Out & About, Photos and tagged coronado city library, geisel library, love library, san diego city library, san diego state university library, university of california san diego library. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.