by Anglo-American Farmer Bodwyn Wook
Wind to fifty mph, temps in the nineties yesterday and today. Thirty percent humidity and so drying — parching — instead of dank. The fields are blowing around and they say there is bad visibility in some parts of the state. At forty-four or forty-three degrees of latitude this REALLY is just a little too far South to be entirely comfortable for actual white people, we are meant for that nice, damp foggy European type of weather with plenty of gray skies and drizzle. It just smells more fresh and pleasant that way.
Even in London.
[Bodwyn Wook all rights reserved 19 May 2009]