Well, I just have to share this. Yesterday, in the middle of the July 4th celebration that included a host of parties, fireworks, friends and neighbors and a show on one of my favorite subjects CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATE! (as if the day wasn’t a culinary orgy as it was) that included a lively interchange with the best fans a show could have in our chat-room, the day was made even more memorable when I witnessed a rare weather phenomenon: a roll cloud, officially known as an arcus cloud. According to Wikipedia, “they differ from shelf clouds by being completely detached from other cloud features. Roll clouds usually appear to be “rolling” about a horizontal axis. They are a solitary wave called a soliton, which is a wave that has a single crest and moves without changing speed or shape.” Who knows if I’ll ever see one again in my lifetime. But I recorded this, and now I’m sharing my photo with you. I hope you enjoy! By the way, be sure to listen to the podcast of CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATE! You know, you can download it from the link above, and also from iTunes. By the way, if you do download it from iTunes, we’d love for you to give us an, of course, great review on the page!