Tuesday, January 13, 2009

43 (109) for us today.

Super hot in Port Augusta today. The temps got up to 43. The children had their last swimming lesson for vac swim.

The photo is of Christopher. Even though it was so hot, he still complained that he felt cold. He sat on the side of the pool with us wrapped in his towel for about 5 minutes and was then ready for another swim.


A Bit of the Blarney said...

What fun!!! Have a grand day! Don't tell Christopher, but he's darling!!!! Cathy

Shelly said...

awww! :o)

now how come you got such a super cool saint for '09?

Not saying that mine isn't super-cool, I mean he's a saint he's not only super-cool he's super-holy! Yet there's like 2 sentences about him and no picture that I can find: St. Paul of Prusa??? Never heard of him. Oh well - better luck next year!

Michele said...

43? that is way too hot!!! that is desert temperatures! i'll take 30 below believe it or not, any day compared to 43! im a cool canuck:) lol!!!! while i may not like the extreme cold, i can dress for it. :)

Vicki said...

Oh my! And I complain when it's in the 90s here in Georgia. Hope you can keep cool.

Tracy said...

wow.. it is so cold where I live they are saying not to go out unless you have to.. you'll literally freeze within minutes:0

Easter Almuena said...

How cute and funny!

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