4.17pm. I love that little weird blob of cloud in the bottom left there.
We're not cut out for extremes of weather in this country. Not down south, anyway. It reaches the heady heights of 26 degrees in July and we just melt into a big pool of rubbishness, complete with sandals and socks; and then with just two days of snow and temperatures bearly above 0 the entire transport system comes grinding to a halt. I had to help a friend dig her car out of the ice this afternoon. Half an hour using a hoe, a rake and a walking stick! Crazy.