It’s Coming!

Well, a lot of things are coming I suppose, but this is hopefully some welcome relief from the current ‘canicule’ – heatwave. After 2 1/2 months of no rain and daytime temps that haven’t been below 30c, we are promised some of the wet stuff. The air is so heavy and thick that I swear you could cut it. Over the last few days the heavens have rumbled like a growling bear and at night there has been a distant light show with the electrically charged atmosphere short circuiting….but sadly nothing has come of it.

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Everything is crossed that can be crossed!

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A Bientot!

P.S. A few large blobs of rain have just fallen on the car so I’m hopeful.

About Al in France

Dreams do come true and I am now retired and living with Maggie, my chocolate labrador, in France in the Deux-Sevres. I love travel and photography and hope to combine both interests here to make a record for myself, and somewhere where I hope you will get to enjoy a part of my life in this region, in France and further afield when I get the opportunity. Please feel free to follow and comment. A Bientot!
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5 Responses to It’s Coming!

  1. margaret21 says:

    There’s nothing worse than that pre-thunderstorm humidity and closeness. I’ve got everything crossed for you!

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  2. Colin Bisset says:

    Lovely to see your tanks filling, isn’t it. And a happy fish is not to be sniffed at.

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  3. Al in France says:

    Waking this morning there is another 300 litres in the tanks so along with the fish, I am also smiling. Mother Nature seems to sort herself out in the end!

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