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Magnus Eisengrim
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And here at 53 degrees N, fall is already beginning. Leaves are starting to turn, and the geese are flying I formation. The night is getting cooler and it's starting to get dark before bed time.

Sigh.

John
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.--Yeats
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Sigh ditto.

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Please keep that (depressing) information to your self...lol The summer went by wayyyy too fast! But just to make you feel better, it's in the 80's with the humidity in the 70's, here in beautiful, sunny, NYC...


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54 degrees North here...

--sigh--
Dannydoyle
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Anyone want the weather report from the Tropics? Last December it got down to almost 60 at night! Oh shiver.
Danny Doyle
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--even bigger sigh--
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What summer?
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Here in the lovely desert of Nevada it is in the 90s, dry, Steve Fossett is still missing, but it will be cold in a couple months. I can't tell if leaves are turning, we don't have trees.
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I can't tell if leaves are turning, we don't have trees.


I thought you guys had imported palm trees there. In fact, isn't everything imported except for the sand? Smile
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September in Kona...
Coffee ripens on the trees...
Soon it will be October.
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In Vegas they bring in palm trees....I'm 403 miles from Vegas.
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Our heat wave knocked out our elecrical power for 28 hours last week, and KO'd our house alarm system. Foooooooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey.
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It's about 85 degrees (30C) here just outside of Nagoya, and it smells like rain.

Bill
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Man, I wish I was in Japan. I've not had Japanese food since I moved out here and I'm about ready to chop up a trout and put it in with some rice.
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Our paper shop blew away.

-sigh-
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I saw the sun once...its peeked out from under the clouds...must of seen my obesse neighbour about to sunbath and once again went into exile.Damn the Irish Weather..damn it to Siberia!
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Try some cloud busting.
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September in Florida...90+ degrees & 100+% humidity everyday, $150+ monthly electric bills (AC runs 24/7 fulltilt), peak of hurricane season, thunderstorms with 1000+ lightning strikes in an afternoon, mosquitoes as big as humming birds (with a hum just as loud)...hmmm counting (nervously) the days until November 30th (end of hurricane season & cooler temps, double sigh)...hooray!!
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Summer in northern Germany this year:

May was as hot and dry as a typical August.
August was as cool and wet as a typical May.
The months in between were unpredictable.
September has so far been cold and rainy.

***sigh***
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On 2007-09-09 16:34, Dannydoyle wrote:
Anyone want the weather report from the Tropics? Last December it got down to almost 60 at night! Oh shiver.


Whenever I hear people brag about tropical weather, I'm reminded of a Reader's Digest story.

Two good friends were always in a state of on-ups-manship. One had to move to Southern California while the other stayed behind in New England.

One day, the friend in NE gets a letter. In the letter is a picture of his friend, in short sleeves and shorts, leaning against a lawn mower. On the back of the picture was written; "This was taken on December 25th."

He sent a letter back to his friend. In the letter was a picture. In the picture, the friend from NE was sitting in an overstuffed armchair with a dog at his feet by a roaring fire in the fireplace. Written on the back was; "Sorry to see you're still mowing the grass on Christmas Day!"
"There's no time to lose," I heard her say.
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
"Dying all the time, lose your dreams and you could lose your mind.
Ain't life unkind?"
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