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Just a word of commiseration to those urglers resident in the UK
and environs: Your current heatwave made the newspaper headlines
here.


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Thank you it has been awful heat but at least it's not as bad as they've had
in Europe

Rodger Whitlock wrote:
Just a word of commiseration to those urglers resident in the UK
and environs: Your current heatwave made the newspaper headlines
here.


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Old 13-08-2003, 09:42 PM
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In article ,
Rodger Whitlock wrote:
Just a word of commiseration to those urglers resident in the UK
and environs: Your current heatwave made the newspaper headlines
here.


Commiseration? It has been WONDERFUL! I have been seizing the
opportunity to relay some paving slabs :-)

Perhaps a trifle sticky, but definitely the sort of warmth I like.
And so do my chillis ....


Regards,
Nick Maclaren.
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Old 14-08-2003, 08:32 AM
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In article ,
Janet Baraclough writes:
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| Commiseration? It has been WONDERFUL! I have been seizing the
| opportunity to relay some paving slabs :-)
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| Perhaps a trifle sticky, but definitely the sort of warmth I like.
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| LOL. "Nick will enjoy it" crossed my mind daily whenever the hot spell
| is bemoaned on the radio. How hot has it been in Cambridge?

High eighties to mid nineties (thirty to thirty five for those
under that age).


Regards,
Nick Maclaren.


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On 13 Aug 2003 20:14:56 GMT, Nick Maclaren wrote:

In article ,
Rodger Whitlock wrote:
Just a word of commiseration to those urglers resident in the UK
and environs: Your current heatwave made the newspaper headlines
here.


Commiseration? It has been WONDERFUL! I have been seizing the
opportunity to relay some paving slabs :-)

Perhaps a trifle sticky, but definitely the sort of warmth I like.
And so do my chillis ....


I really can't disagree with you. I drove down to the San
Francisco Bay area in late June when they were having a heat wave
there -- temperatures in Walnut Creek, where I was staying, were
between 95F and 100F in the shade. What a delight to get warm
right down to one's bones! And it was a nice, dry heat, too, so
very tolerable as long as one wore a hat and sunglasses.

Driving through Redding, California, at the very top of
California's Central Valley, I encountered temperatures around
105F. Hot country!


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Rodger Whitlock
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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On 13 Aug 2003 20:14:56 GMT, Nick Maclaren wrote:

In article ,
Rodger Whitlock wrote:
Just a word of commiseration to those urglers resident in the UK
and environs: Your current heatwave made the newspaper headlines
here.


Commiseration? It has been WONDERFUL! I have been seizing the
opportunity to relay some paving slabs :-)

Perhaps a trifle sticky, but definitely the sort of warmth I like.
And so do my chillis ....


I really can't disagree with you. I drove down to the San
Francisco Bay area in late June when they were having a heat wave
there -- temperatures in Walnut Creek, where I was staying, were
between 95F and 100F in the shade. What a delight to get warm
right down to one's bones! And it was a nice, dry heat, too, so
very tolerable as long as one wore a hat and sunglasses.

Driving through Redding, California, at the very top of
California's Central Valley, I encountered temperatures around
105F. Hot country!


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Rodger Whitlock
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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