Yikes, 106, hope the river cooled everyone down. By the way I usually get your blog in google reader so I never see your banner but it is just beautiful. Where is it from? I would love to have that view.
Holy smokes! I didnt' realise it was that hot out. Did you get any of the rain we had in Northern VA? Not sure if you knew but they are having a boutique sale in Old Town this weekemd with I believe 17 shops giving 10% off including my belived Red Barn. Amy has the coolest things.CiaoCindy
i bet connor loved that! i wouldn't even know where to find a river for mona. best i could do would be a bath (which she loves).
Oh... we do have humidity, too!
Driving to class last night on Fayette St. downtown, the screen/sign for the parking garage across from Shula's said 121 degrees! Maybe that's how hot it was in the underground garage. Yikes!
Yesterday was a scorcher but today seems even worse. I'd hate to think what the thermometer reading will be by this evening.
Julie... we had a carnival for the children here today. I was out for three hours, and now am back in the a/c.
Marybeth... if you go back a couple of weeks in the posts, you can see pictures of the estate where I stayed on Maryland's Eastern Shore. This is the view from the formal gardens.
HOT! We have had a bit of a respite from the heat and smoke here. It has gotten down to the high 80's. phew! Try and stay cool. ;)
I thought NORTH CAROLINA was a hot spot...BUT IT NEVER GETS THAT HOT! I couldn't live w/o AC. I love your blog!You might like to check out www.marykaiserltd.comKind regards...Mary
And that is how perfect summertime memories are made.112ºF on the leeward side of the house yesterday.
Yipes! Global warming indeed!
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