What gets hot HAS to cool down, doesn’t it ?

David is not as hot as Lancaster, California or Manhattan, KS  but at 97F it sure isn’t COOL! Since we don’t have AC I’ve been taking 2-4 showers a day and that did the trick. Even at 97 it was so dry that I wasn’t sweating, just felt like the oven door had been left open. All that changed yesterday…. M2910006Kris trying out the “computer in a hammock on a rainy day” concept.

M2910005It looks like Kris is  getting wet but the roof extends 5′ past the hammock

Coming from freezing Portland, Maine to cooking David, Panama the extreme climate change took the wind out of my sails last week but then came….THE RAIN!

M2910007Thunder, lightning and lots of cooling rain. They say the rainy season starts on April 15 but if it wants to come early, let it come.M2910008

I’m actually comfortable while writing this post, it’s so nice to have some cooler weather back. Now we get to watch everything green up again,




9 thoughts on “What gets hot HAS to cool down, doesn’t it ?

    • A hammock is a good getaway from sitting in a chair at the computer desk, especially when there’s
      a cool breeze! We got it at the Faria for $25 and love it!

  1. You guys have rain already? We have a hazy sky again this morning and I’m willing to bet that there will be no rain yet again… Lucky you!

  2. Joel – Thank God for the rain! In August of 2011 it hit 100 degrees in Portland and we are still talking about it. Regards – Tony

  3. Kris, are these and Lizards found more in the outskirts of PC versus if you lived near the beach if you could find a place that is that one could afford (smile).

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