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Blue sky thinking

June 19, 2012

Boo rang today and told me not to do anthing to anger the weather. Clearly she has a greater faith in my abilities that I do.

Nevertheless I must have done OK:  the weather has responded well.

It was even quite mild and sunny this evening which was a good job as I had a meeting to go to but no one had the keys to the Guildhall so we sat outside – probably the only day this month that it’s  been possible.

It’s the longest day soon and we’ve only had a couple of days on the beach. Doesn’t seem right. Weather improvement needs to be sustained  because the entire population is turning into weather bores.

On a different note slightly, the next food glut is on the horizon. The grapes are  bunching up nicely.

Last year we made lots of grape jelly. The year before we tried wine with limited success – OK no success.

This year I might mix grapes with the hottest chillies in the world that the beloved is growing – weather permitting of course.

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