I spent most of this week at my daughter's place in the country. It was beautiful, but quite cool. Today, I'm heading back home where we're looking at a warm weekend: highs of 25 C to 27 C for the weekend! Yay!
It was actually a nice and dry day. We went on a walk in the woods and I expected mud since we've had quite a bit of rain during the nights but the lanes were fairly dry, so we've had less rain than I'd thought.
★ Friends are those rare people who ask how we are and then wait to hear the answer. ★
The Earth laughs in flowers ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Hamatreya"...
We've been experiencing some really decent autumn weather, ever since the westerlies drove away the smoke. Cool enough to work outdoors (whilst dodging direct sunlight), but warm enough not to need bundling up against the weather. Still road construction season.
Looking at the forecasts, though...Well, that bodes for the arrival of windy rain, likely come October 9th. Here, at least. After that point, there seems to be an exceedingly long line of gray and wet days, marching off in to the distant future.
"Scarecrow and a yellow moon And pretty soon a carnival on the edge of town. King Harvest has surely come."