It's a scorcher in Ireland. What is your perfect hot summers day?
Do you hit the beach? BBQ? Hit the park? Go for a walk or just lounge around with a few cold beers?
Just try and stay cool is my main objective when it gets this unbearably hot.
Cold beer!!...preferably with a girl who looks like the one in the photo at my side (hey, I can dream, can't I?)
A perfect summer's day would be 80 to 82 deg. with a very light breeze. I would be outside on my own property enjoying my dogs and maybe attempting a bit of gardening. We have AC so I can go inside if it gets too hot.
And of course the topper of the day would be barbecuing something for dinner.
That is a perfect winter day here.
Jump on the motorcycle and go to the beach or just ride down the coast.
Now that sounds like a great day duffsmom - Jimmy
Borsia - Love your comment:-) - Jimmy
Nonexistant. I am most content from late October through early April. Lllllove those 40s and 50s, and I can and do enjoy the frigid weather as well. Summer makes me slow and dreary and lethargic.
When it's over 110F [as it has been for the past week or so here] there is no such thing as a perfect day. It's just stay inside and try to survive it.
Here in the Philippines summer means rain and lots of it and temps are cooler than spring, which is the hottest. Mid March through May are the scorchers with April being the hottest.
But when it is hot we like to ride the motorcycle to the beach or down the coast.
Or if it is too hot for a long ride we go to the local waterfall to picnic.
Of course a cold beer it good almost anytime since we don't do cold weather here.
The beach. After leaving Florida, I really miss palm trees, white sand, blue and green waters, etc. Just grab a six pack of Redd's, the Kindle, a bag with change of clothes, lay down on the towel and enjoy the day.
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