Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Maybe Canada is a Melting Pot...

It sure feels like it's cooking something...

With the humidex it is 47 degrees celcius - or 116.6 degrees fahrenheit.

If I didn't have air conditioning I would want to die. It is disgusting outside. Feels like you're walking through foam. Hot, sticky foam.

Anyone have a pool?

11 comments:

elizabeth said...

Well - it just hit 49 or 120.2... I think you can just about cook a roast in that.

Now they are asking people to cut back on air conditioning and such. Like HELL. (I imagine this is what hell feels like)

Cap'n Dyke said...

There be a pool on th'ship (for real). I bet A.J. will share with ye...

Aye, me HRH/NPM Princess B., ye do stomp yer foot an' more...just wait an' see. ;)

elizabeth said...

Yay me! (both counts)

Cap'n Dyke said...

~ low bow ~, because I love ye...

Kat said...

Yes Lizzy. And I heard that the only place hotter than here yesterday was Baghdad. Nice. I had to work last night too...YUCK!

elizabeth said...

Yeah. I took the kids for a walk this morning. Think I lost about 30 pounds of water in about as many blocks. Tomorrow - up at 4 am. Might be the only decent time to walk.

Cheezy said...

And I thought it was hot here a couple of weeks ago... Wow, it's been scorching in Canada!... It's recently cooled down here though (about 10 degrees on average in only one week - I hope the same thing happens over there).

elizabeth said...

So do I. I would consider moving to Antarctica or Nunavut after this week.

elizabeth said...

But lucky for us the humidex has brought us down to a cool 47 today... but then mother nature added that whole tornado warning thing in just to keep it exciting.

Tobiwan said...

I never thought I'd see the day when Canada reached over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

Global warming anyone?

elizabeth said...

Surprisingly - Canada gets really hot in the summer. Especially where we live. I'm practically in the states.