Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
poliphilo

Heat Wave

Hot, hot, hot, hot, hot...

One "hot" for every day in an unbroken sequence of heat.

This is so unEnglish. People are talking about the unforgettable summer of 1976 as the last time we experienced anything like it.

We've been watching the tennis from Queen's Club- where one of the commentators told us yesterday that it was topping 100 degrees Farenheit out on court.

Lots of flies. We've been burning citronella candles and running a gadget with windmilling arms to keep the little buggers away from our food.
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