Indoors with a fan on, this afternoon. Walking round the garden in search of blackberries and raspberries with the children made me realise I'd had enough sun for the day. Not that I'm complaining, though.
A *pint* of Austin's? Wow!
1 fl oz Austin's, 19 fl oz lemondade Tim. Worry not.
Beautiful here, and right about the same temperature you had, but pretty humid.
Still, it's not snowing yet. Thanks for asking!
Cloudy and rain with a cool down from the 90s (30s C) to the mid 60s (mid teens to you) but back up to the high 90s on Sunday. Typical late August weather for here. It was snowing on Pike's Peak yesterday which is a sign that Fall is coming.
Strangely it was hot where I was too.
Very hot and sticky in my motorcycle gear - at least, until we reached the country garden of a club member, where we could park our bikes in the drive, peel off, and enjoy tea and buns in the shade.
There was an incredible collection of 0 gauge model railway stuff in the garden shed to boggle over, and three Austin Sevens in the garage. Toys for the (retired) boys - and do we love it!
Very humid here today, even the seagulls are resting on the water in the dock. 20C but humidity feels greater than the 52% stated on my mobile.
We shall be viewing our rescue cat later today. She was a pregnant 6 month old tiny cat abandoned on the street when we rescued her. She had six kittens on Wednesday. She'll be coming home in several weeks time plus one of the kittens to add to our current two!
Did someone say THREE Austin Sevens. I have Austin envy.
Very pertty skies there Witchy.
Yes, that's right - Three! Two early saloons, and one open model, which looked to me as if it was a Brooklands style car. Did they do a Brooklands model?