Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Almost Official



What's a guy to do?
It's almost summer here in Nova Scotia, at least according to the calendar.
But with morning temperatures around 9/10 C,
it's tough to know what to wear outside.


These guys are set for the beach!


While these two are airing on the side of caution.
I'm with them!




24 comments:

  1. it's in the 90's here with high humidity and teddy and i are not liking it one bit!

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    1. Poor you and Teddy, Joyce! I bet your 'containers' are soaking up that warmth and doing very well!!

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  2. i'M LOVING HALIFAX more and more, we in Quebec Outaouais region do not get cool days we get high heat and humidity.....I'm sorry sweety I just can't sympathise...but if you wish for heat Ihope you get it lol

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    1. Oh I don't wish for HOT/HUMID but I do enjoy moderate warm weather....anything from 20 to 30 C.

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  3. It is super muggy here in KY now. Gonna be in the 90s all week. I'm already looking forward to autumn!

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    1. Oh Keith! I can hardly breathe just thinking about it! Will it be this way all summer there?

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  4. I like that effect! And . . . "Dress Code Iceland"? That's the new hip country these days, LOL?

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    1. Yes Debra, everyone is talking ICELAND! And it does look like a great place as I saw on Louise's post recently. Would love to go there.

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  5. Ha Ha! It is so hot and sticky in Pennsylvania this week! It's hard to stay cool!

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    1. What you need is the ocean breeze to cool you all off, Becky!

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  6. Everything is relative, I guess. Temp yesterday got to 34C, hot yes, but getting used to it - kind of

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    1. Sure is, Sharon. That is an OK temperature as long as the humisity is down.

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  7. Goodness its been solid 90's all this month. We are just lucky here in North Texas that it hasn't been solid 100's+ like last year.
    We had 107 days of temps higher than 100 degrees.

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    1. I guess we are all acclimatized to our own environment. I don't think I'd survive a week there, Mick! As you wouldn't here.

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  8. I like your e=artsy edits!
    Very hot and humid here today

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    1. Thanks Pat! I have fun doing this.
      It appears hot/humid is everywhere but here! That's OK though.....really it is!

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  9. I don't know where that 'e=' came from!

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    1. Who knows?! Happens all the time to me too!

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  10. I walked a short distance at noon and thought I would melt.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Oh my, Janie. I really can't take that kind of heat/humidity either. We get a little of it in August usually. Maybe we'll have to buy A/C!

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  11. Maybe just wear nothing? That would put a new spin on the term 'effortless summer fashion' HAHA

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    1. That would probably be THE solution alright, Hayley-Eszti!! I'll let you know how it goes!! lol

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  12. Hot here but oh, so beautiful as we have no humidity.
    But I thank God I have AC and it's running a lot!
    I will probably gasp when I see the bill ...oh well, it's summer and I love it !

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    1. Sounds perfect, Margie! Enjoy!

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