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A few sites I've stumbled across recently....
I'm back from a week at the seaside. Fortunately the weather was not conducive to sitting at the beach, so we opted for sport and culture instead. Much more up my street.
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Good to have you back, Your Grace. Nothing much happened while you were away. Did you get the chance to read about David Karoly in the newspapers while on holidays? ;-)
Missed you but hope you had an enjoyable time despite the heatwave.
Was the hose-pipe ban over in time for your kids to enjoy cooling off in the sprinklers?
I spotted an ad for holiday cabins in Lapland and when I looked at the Internet page Lapland was basking in sunshine for 22 hours of the day at a temperature of 21 degrees. Am sorely tempted.....
The weather's often like that in St Andrews. Next time try Montrose.
SPort and Culture, tiddliwinks and yoghurt then?
Sport and culture = cricket, innit?
Drinking games then eh? :)
This is what you came back to. From The Times, Saturday 14th July, Janice Turner, in an article about the weather. "Although of course, the scientists would say it's all your fault. You with the patio heater, eating outside in late September. You, as well, too bone idle to wield a brush, blasting away with your leaf blower. You broke the Gulf Stream, you melted the Arctic sea ice.
"Once we believed that this would mean baking hot Julys, where we'd plant vineyards and never need take a Gatwick charter flight to Faliraki again. But instead it means our summers will remain British, only more so. If there's one way to make us finally take global warming seriously, this could be it."
I can't really think of a comment to follow that.
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