So endeth a perfect day. I nearly said "another", but then remembered we haven't had too many lately as we lurched between fires (still ongoing in remote inaccessible mountainous areas), heavy damaging hail, flash floods. Today perfect, 25C no wind, no rain, no nothing really other than continuous sunshine. It's giving the SES volunteers a much-needed break. Tomorrow's forecast for 32C
It was nice today to see many parasols on display instead of umbrellas. Asian ladies are very careful to limit sun exposure, unlike local sheilas who wear practically nothing in full sun, but only health professionals complain!
Of course ladies also wear face masks regularly especially following the bush fires.
By way of contrast, TV showed yesterday how a huge dust storm descended on a NSW town. I didn't catch the name, but it looked frightening; didn't look very healthy.
Have a good day.
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