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Thursday 23 February 2017
by Wulf
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A Touch Breezy

It has been a little blowy outside today, thanks to the influence of the storm that has been named Doris. Although, in deference to those who live in truly windy places, I recognise that a few twigs scattered on the … Continue reading

Tuesday 13 September 2016
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Indian Summer

One of my favourite jazz tunes, performed beautifully in the video above by Sarah Vaughan, is Indian Summer (by Al Dubin and Victor Herbert). It’s a good tune for today, with a mid-September heat wave in the UK. As far … Continue reading

Saturday 3 September 2016
by Wulf
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Should clear up

Today has been a wonderful day… for the plants in the garden. Rain lasting much of the day has given the ground a good watering. I’ve got some camping booked next week so I hope that the current forecasts are … Continue reading

Thursday 21 July 2016
by Wulf
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Good Weather For Camping

Jane and I fell on our feet this week weatherwise. Having picked a few days in July to go camping, we chanced on the hottest days of the year so far. It probably would have been a little easier sleeping … Continue reading

Monday 9 May 2016
by Wulf
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Free Watering

After a few days of lovely warm weather, our garden is now getting a free and thorough watering to rejuvenate the plants. What’s not to love about a decent spot of rain? Mind you, it will be out for the … Continue reading

Friday 22 April 2016
by Wulf
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Four Seasons

Apparently bookies have reduced the odds that it might snow on Sunday’s London Marathon. No, I’m not taking part but it caught my year. The comment from the Met Office was “extremely unlikely” but we’re certainly back into a cold … Continue reading

Sunday 17 January 2016
by Wulf
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Is That All You’ve Got?

Just the tiniest amount of snow in Oxford this morning. A few minutes of some gossamer-light flurries and none of it settling. Perhaps I’ll resist getting too cocky just yet though – there’s plenty of winter still to come. For … Continue reading