Friday, 3 January 2014
Winter Storms, flooding and Wild Winds in Britain . . . . and a Curry
I do have to say all this rain and wind has been going full blast for some time now and it appears it is all the fault of the
I know and us being all sort of chirpy and friends. But the North of the USA USA is too cold and the South of the USA is differentially to warm causing storms to
be created over the Atlantic (the Jet Steams doing) and making us folk in the wet. It’s at times like this I think dad really
should not have sold his old Weather Machine to some bloke he called Uncle Sam
(I have never heard of him before). UK
I did manage to do a good deed today though as the chap next door had part of his fence blow down a couple of weeks ago and it has been getting worse. He is a bit like me and stubborn and likes to fix stuff himself. But he is eighty and also somewhat poorly at present so I leapt to the rescue. OK I was not able to fix it but I have put all the lose bits safe and secured what is still standing. Which is good as the weather predictions for the next few days sound a bit bad, so I hope my work does not blow away . . . . . . Maybe my temporary wind defences need some sort of protection from the wind I will ask the BBC.
Oooooooo we had an Indian takeaway tonight which was well yum in order to take our mind off the wind. . . . . I have a feeling that may not be the right thing to write . . . .