I'm not one to complain too much about hot weather, but as I get older the
less I seem to be able to take and I absolutely hate winter. Living here in
the San Berandino area of So. Cal. is testing my limits. Today at 1:30 pm
while I was working outside cutting some trim for my aquarium stand, yes I'm
still working on it, I begin to feel a little over done and stepped up onto
the front porch and checked the thermometer. No wonder, 106 Deg.!! Believe
it's time to go back out, put up the planer, table saw, and CMS, come back
inside and take a shower and a nap. What else is one to do when one has to
work outside :-( Well maybe next week end will be a little better although
we are usually pretty warm here til into Oct. Hope wherever ya all are your
enjoying some good weather and for those on the East Coast hopefully things
Here in CT, the weather is perfect. I sat outside and did some sanding
while enjoying the sun. It was about 75 degrees, low humidity. Just a good
day to be outside. I brought out a sawhorse and sanded on that with the ROS,
then just relaxed and did some hand sanding.
Took a break to get the steaks ready for the grill. I'll be heating it up in
about 10 minutes.
Me too. As much as I hate hot hot days, at least you can fix hot hot days
with an air conditioner. Winter sucks. Winter is *dangerous*.
The very morning after it was gorgeous, and it has been gorgeous all
weekend. Absolutely gorgeous.
I actually got my shorts back out. I figured fall was here for good, but it
seems we have been granted a slight reprieve.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
Few more WEEKS?!?!
Maybe your weather genie in Cal ought take a look at the calendar - in
two days (Sep 23) autumn begins.
Here in DC, now that Isabel has passed, the sun has come back out and
we've been in the low to mid 80s; it's been a touch humid but quite
nice. In 2 days, the lows are gonna drop into the low 50s (apparently
our weather genie HAS looked at the calendar).
That's one of the things about living in places like southern AZ and I
suppose the same for SoCal: You tend to forget that other places have
weather. This can be a bad thing when one is travelling on business
this time of year and arrives somewhere that gets cold with only short
sleeved shirts in one's luggage. =:-O Not that I would have any first
hand knowledge of something like that of course.
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