By: GRANDMANAN , 10:50 AM GMT on July 16, 2013
Remains hot for this part of the world, currently 23C, expected to reach towards 30C with some relief in the forecast overnight, remains to be seen. Temps supposed to slack back some starting tomorrow moving to more 'seasonal' in low 20's for the remainder of the week, let us hope.
We are not wired to enjoy these temps, no AC in the house, always can depend on an afternoon breeze to do the job. Once or twice each summer this method abandons us for a few days, and we certainly moan about the extreme temps, almost 30C on some occasions.
Tourist traffic doesn't seem to be overwhelming by any stretch. Emily's first effort at Anchorage another learning experience, learning how to maintain a toilet one skill she can add to her resume. Rob out the door 0700, works till nearly same hour in the evening, beginning to take on an aboriginal hue for skin colour.
A two master anchored across the harbour yesterday, gone sometime around daylight this morning. A nice looking outfit for sure, first time have seen this part of the harbour used as an anchorage, a fine one it is.
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