Sailing A Lido 14 In Japan
Panda...... I'll see your 90 plus degrees and raise you ten degrees. My mercury hit 109 today, some what cooler at the bay...but it is hot as h...Looks like no relief until next week!Fair winds and smooth sailing...and then some good eats!
That's so pretty! Hot here too, but I was thinking about the winter we had and I think I prefer this!
Charley - I fold. We had a couple of 101 degree days this week before finally getting some relief thanks to typhoon Ma-on which brought the temp down into the 70s. Should be back over 90 by Monday.The picture hints at high winds we have - too much for us to sail. We have had some good eats though. Bonnie - I much prefer the heat to severe cold also.
Yikes,Yet another rumble from the NE. Lucky the surf is not up! We are looking for some relief, from the heat, next week; in the 80's. Perhaps a sail will be in order. Hope that your roof kept you dry recently!
Give me cold weather. I can always put on another sweater.
Charley - we didn't feel the earthquake up near Sendai yesterday. They felt it as a 5+ on the Japanese scale, so must have been frightening for them.The patch job on the roof has held up well.Baydog - I was spoiled by Hawaii. Rarely too hot and never too cold, and water temperatures just right for a swim.
Great Gadget, mind if I try to copy your lead?Every time I open a Post I hear your Jazz Fest, it reminds me of a family I stayed with in Toyota for a time. They owned a Jazz Club, a "Bottle Keep" affair that was great fun. We took many wonderful trips to the mountains to old towns reminiscent of Old School Japan. Again, thanks for the memories.
Charlie - be my guest. that's the what the link to RevolverMaps is there for.You were lucky to have time to explore rural areas in Japan. It really is a unique experience.
Oops, couldn't use your revolving globe, it messed with all my software. Thanks any way.
Charley - I hate it when that happens. Cheers.
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