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Here's the view from the allotment early last Saturday morning. Misty, sodden, drippy, just the day for a good book, plenty of tea and cake.
And if it had been a bit colder I'd have laid a log fire as well.
What a difference from last year when we were parched.
July 03, 2007 | Permalink
cake, rain, tea
I'm getting really tired of this weather! About 15 years ago I remember there was a summer like this, just one gray rainy day after another.
-----Yep Patrick. It's tiresome. And to top it all yesterday evening we had thunder, lightening and hail. Now today we've high winds and everything is getting a battering!
July 03, 2007 at 11:48 PM
It's hard to believe we had a drought last year and the fears this was going to happen every summer. Strange isn't it? And boring too. I want the sun to come out for a proper amount of time!
July 04, 2007 at 02:43 PM
That is a beautiful picture ... until last week, I could have commiserated about the weather. Suddenly we are in the 30c range - bright sun, less wind - and the garden is going wild. My pumpkins are blossoming like crazy this week!
----Kate, this weather is crazy, hail a few days ago and now high winds battering the crops!
July 06, 2007 at 06:31 AM
The weather is really bad, isn't it? Over here it's raining buckets too and last week I did lit a fire in the evening because it was just too cold for comfort.
Hoepfully it will get better soon and we can all be in our gardens again. I've bought a lot of plants during my holiday but am unable to plant them right now. They can't swim, you see? ;-)
Yolanda Elizabet |
July 06, 2007 at 06:14 PM
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