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By dungy


Hello folks,
weather here is “kill your self today weather”
very fine mist “rain” and its on all day,
it’s not that warm today,
What has happend to summer?

But ive a pile of comfrey to collect from the “future allotment” and get ready for making into a fertilizer, and ive the driveway hedge to clipp if i get a chance,

I thought i’d put the wet kit away "ie water proof trousers etc " but no way they’re needed again.

Anyone any idea’s why this weathers like it is????

I do feel for those who’ve been at work all week loking towards the gardening this weekend and then weathers like it is.
Shame, it makes the weekend feel like its gone to quick.

But the workshops full of “must do’s” so i’ll take “lotty” with me and hide in there.

Have a nice one folks.
Regards Dungy.

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I have no idea dungy I asked this question the start of each year I'm always so optimistic that we will have a nice warm summer so I can sit outside in the evening and enjoy my garden it's almost July now and I haven't sat out once past seven ! Lets just hope this isn't a trend that we are stuck with I need a big big fan too blow away all this cloud and give us our pleasant summers back:(

29 Jun, 2013


I'm very happy with our summer so far, lots of sunny days/evenings to sit out on, not too hot. I suffer a lot in hot weather, especially in the office. It's good to have some rain too, though I could do without the winds we've had. I may be in the minority, but if it stays like it has been lately I'll be quite happy:)

29 Jun, 2013


There are many factors that affect our weather patterns; according to a programme broadcast this week the sun's activity is cyclical and influences patterns on Earth ... to cut a long story short the current cycle of activity lasts about 10 years so in the 2020s we should see a change.
Time to emigrate!?!!!

30 Jun, 2013

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