27 July, 2006
Sara and I were out this evening at a café/bistro across the street, and lo and behold, raindrops fell! Not much, but enough that it made changing tables worth while, but not enough to need an umbrella on our way home.
What a long hot spell this has been. My office, need I mention again, is over 40 degrees C (105 F) by eleven in the morning. No air conditioning anywhere; for such temperatures were just not considered seven or eight hundred of years ago when this city started up, and not even in the nineteen sixties and seventies when the more modern buildings were built.