I shall do my very best for you, Bruce. When I next see the "walnut man" (as my daughter calls the weatherman as he is as brown and wrinkled as a walnut) or
"Ti na kanoume" (what can we do) as my son calls him; I shall ask for his forecast and let you know. He is uncannily accurate. I have to confess I have now moved on from iced water to iced lager!
Message posted by BruceAndMaria (Born again CTG member) on 09 July 2011 at 2:34pm - IP Logged
I'm in Devon at the moment! and ever time I have gone outside to take a break and read a book, the sun has gone behind a cloud and stayed there. There is no fairness in the UK weather, like the euromillions lottery, guaranteed to disappoint
Still, I gather the weather in Corfu is just as good in September/October so, I will still get my share of Vitamin D
Message posted by Lavinia on 09 July 2011 at 6:59pm - IP Logged
LESK, my brother was here last October for two weeks and it rained every single day. It was also at the end of October that we had the horrendous downpour which caused flooding and landslides, so don't hold your breath! But October can be beautiful as can November and December.
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