The weather here can be rather boring. Contrary to popular belief, it can get slightly frosty, and sometimes moisture falls from the sky. This old article can explain a bit of that.
The old Chrysler looks different this time of year. Like dogs, cats, horses and deciduous plants, it adapted to the weather.
That tan canvas structure above the cab is known as a ‘roof’. It was there all along, but folded up behind the back seat. It was merely unfolded over the top of the cab. The ‘roof’ comes in handy this time of year, not only for keeping warmth within the cab, but also for keeping things out of the cab. Allow me to elaborate.
You may nave noticed that the Chrysler is wet. This is a direct result of mysterious droplets of moisture that fall from the sky. We discussed them earlier. They are known ‘rain’, and are falling from the sky presently. The ‘roof’ keeps the ‘rain’ out of the cab. Otherwise, the cab and everything in it would be as wet as the ‘roof’ is now.
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