Thursday, September 3, 2009

What to do when temperatures hit 100+? Udderly cool!

The weather in the Rogue Valley amazes me in summer. I may have said so before.

Going to work at 7.30am, I have low heat on to take the coolness out of the air. But going home at 5.30pm is a different story - with temperatures hitting in the upper scale of 100 to 110, my airconditioning is on high.

However clear heat and blue skies prevail. If you leave fabric furniture or other things outdoors you don't need to worry as the rain has all but gone usually, for months. This year, 2009, we have had more thunderstorms than last. But they are rare, though often come in batches on a daily basis.

There are so many lakes, rivers, creeks, and more here, that watersports are enjoyed by all.

It's nice to know that when the temperatures are in the upper part of 100-110, there usually is some form of water to sink into.

... just outside of Jacksonville, Historic town in the Rogue Valley.

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