I’m sorry, whatever-winds. Come back!

I shouldn’t have railed so against the foehn winds. Apparently they were the only thing protecting our wee hamlet from the heat and humidity that lurked just beyond the hills. Still, it’s better than 100 Days Over 100 (TM), or whatever we were calling that wholly horrible trend while we lived in Texas (other than Great Biking Weather Again! and Hell on Earth).

A scientist friend of mine wrote an article about THAT Facebook study, and why it’s crap:

ASK A SCIENTIST: Why The Facebook Study Is Terrible

It’s too darn hot to think or blog. Here’s Ella to help us cope:


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