FOE 90 degrees is plenty hot for a day at the pool.
Summer's over. Well, according to the calendar. For North Texans, the end of summer can be bittersweet. On the one hand, the mercury will finally drop to a tolerable level, but it also means no more days spent by the pool, margaritas in hand. There's nothing more exciting as a Texan, though, than spending those magical days at the end of September doing fun summer things that people in cooler climes across the country just can't do.
As Midwesterners and East Coasters break out their jackets and scarves for the advent of autumn, Dallasites should take advantage of summer's last hurrah by spending their time at these ten summery activities and experiences that will expire as soon as fall decides to make her belated appearance in the metroplex.
Waste an afternoon away at F.O.E.
Sure, it's crowded with hipsters and their occasionally well behaved offspring, but you have to go to F.O.E. before it is too cold to take a dip in the already-chilly pool. Take a day off from work to take advantage of the ridiculously cheap bar specials, and judge the tattooed crowds behind your sunglasses. Technically, the pool is open year-round, but you probably only have a few more weeks to take advantage of the optimal pool-lounging temperature.