Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the mid-day sun. Angelinos do not. At least, not unprotected.
Women carry wide, colorful umbrellas for morning strolls. Hats are designed to shade eyes and necks. Families mark their territories at the beach with tents and tarps and shelters.
Few restaurants offer outdoor seating and those that do fill a dozen indoor seats for every outdoor seat that's claimed--and those mostly by tourists.
Windows are shaded by awnings or bushes and trees. Patios have arbors. Balconies have sun shades.
Minnesotans spend fortunes for a few days of the sunshine Californians hide from all year long.
Abundance is a funny thing.