BBQ SUMMER. The Sequel
I am assuming that even Duns (and Hutton) were included in the BBC Terror Centre's forecast for a Barbecue Summer. The highest temperature in these parts over the last few weeks was 19C. In the kitchen. (The wife had left the oven on and its door open.)
Some weather sites are talking about an 'Indian Summer' I suspect that it will be confined to India.
If we had a barbecue we would now move it indoors. Apart from anything else with our double glazed windows hermetically sealed it would reduce our carbon footprint.
And the Hutton Think Tank (meteorological and climate change encouragement centre) is forecasting a Wood Stove Winter
WEF last week.
So we lit ours
To join the stampede to reduce our contribution to climate change by 10% we switch off our lights and watch the fire (claimed to be carbon neutral but whether that is before or after lighting it we are not sure)
There is nothing much on TV.
Labels: Barbecue Summer, Climate change, lighting wood burning stoves