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Thursday, July 8, 2010

HOT DAYS!!

LANCASTER KENTUCKYCan you feel the heat in this photo of an old house and its streetscape in Lancaster, Kentucky. It brings remote thoughts of scenes from the movie, To Kill A Mockingbird, -- a slow hot southern summer. No one is out and about -- all in the cool of their AC or sitting in the shade somewhere. Too hot! The eastern part of the U.S. is under a hot spell and for some states it has been like this for not only days but for several weeks. Stay cool everyone.

6 comments:

  1. Miserable is the word that comes to mind to describe this weather.

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  2. It's bitterly cold here at the moment but I'd prefer to rug up more than battle your heat.
    Stay cool and hydrated!

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  3. Jayne, Your cold weather sounds wonderful compared to this heat we have been experiencing. Question for you? When I left a comment on your blog in the comment box there was an alert that the comment would be insecure. I have a bit of concern about leaving a comment on an insecure site. Were you aware that this was happening? Thanks so much for your comment -- barbara

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  4. It's days like these I try to clean both refrigerators and freezers! Maybe climb inside? Even the HOSE (with cold water in it) was too hot to handle! Sorry I've been AWOL! Computers don't always behave submissively!

    Love that old house. Reminds me of one we rented in Hurlock, MD on the Eastern Shore.
    It was HOT, especially in the attic, and no AC.

    Elora

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  5. Elora -- I have a new (old) computer that my son passed on to me. Faster than the last yet I screw up on the new software occasionally. Computers can be so frustrating sometimes but they sure make life easier in many ways.

    Seems to be a few degrees cooler here in KY. I think you are getting higher temps than us.

    Love all your posts on your milk and vegetable produce. I envy your energy to make it all happen. You will be rewarded this winter and of course the rest of the year with fresh milk. -- barbara

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