Not all of the devils own dig black (at least it wasn't a lime green Cadillac)A Rolls Royce Ghost (I'm pretty sure that was the model anyway), in green. Not British racing green (the only acceptable shade of green for a car in my opinion), but something closer to a dark lime
edit: was out in the peninsula again, it's nice but the weather have been weird. Hot, humid, brief showers and then superhot making it more humid then cold, then hot again, storming a bit and now I have mosquitoes indoors! They're not supposed to be there, I've never had that before.
My main complaint:
The surrounding vegetation around here is basically variations of this: tons of bird cherry in full bloom and lilacs everywhere with oaks and rowan flowering as well. Usually it is very nice if a bit overpowering aromatically and if you have a problem with pollen then this isn't a good spot, otherwise they're fantastic.
But the weird weather has changed something, it made it all rank, damp and weird. In the breezes that carries the flowers aroma there is now a strong undercurrent of what I can describe as bouillon cubes and semen.
If this is what global warming is doing then I will personally take it upon myself to pour fucking sand into every car on the planet.