This time of year it would probably have been over a "hunnert" degrees in Visalia, CA. No A/C in the '46, so nice crus'in temps about sun down. When I had a girlfriend in '67 or '68 we would probably be going to the Mooney Drive-In or the Sequoia. No girlfriend, probably look'in for a dance, with the best local cover band ever, the "Whitman's Sampler" with young Tom Johnston, later of the Doobie Brothers. He could do some real cool James Brown covers. The bitch'inest "chicks" usually showed up at these dances. Later, cruise Mooney Blvd, and hit up Mearle's or Foster's for a burger and Coke. The local AM station only played "Teen" music from 7-Midnight, then the "Wolfman" on "X...ERB" Chu...la Vista, California could be heard. My car was definitely not fast, but sometimes you would see somebody choose off someone else, then we would be following them out to the country to watch. It was a small town so it didn't take long to be out in the country.