We’re going to the GCI at the end of January (pretty soon!). Is it warm enough at night to wear long shorts or is it getting on the cool side in which one would want pants or capris? I know it gets in the mid 70s at night.
If it’s really muggy, one might want shorts. However, it it’s not as muggy and there’s a breeze, the same mid 70s could feel a bit chilly.
I tend to be a little hot-blooded as it is, so I’m thinking long shorts, but what do you more experienced islanders think? Thanks for helping a confused neophyte. :bouncelaugh:
Just got back from 4 weeks in GC, and my husband wore long nice shorts and a nice t shirt every night we went out to dinner. I usually wore a knit skirt and t shirt. Everywhere we went this year we ate outside and I was very comfortable as was he. sometimes I take a light cotton jacket with me because I tend to get cold, but I really didn’t need it this year.
AAtually this year, it was a bit on the cool side and fairly windy-so I think you really wouldn’t need long pants.
I’m terrible about over-packing and could pretty much take every thing from home including the kitchen sink “just in case I need it”, but you all have helped me narrow things down. The pants are going back in the closet.
I’m sure once I get there, these things won’t matter so much. From what you all have explained, everyone is so laid back and the focus is on FUN! Can’t wait to go relax and chill out. Thanks again!