Brasstown was a chilly 49 degrees yesterday morning. We also had a chilly morning or two during the week of my cooking class (July 13-19). The Deer Hunter is loving the coolest July either of us can ever remember. Chitter-not so much. She drove me in to work and was sorely wishing she had more than a t-shirt, pair of shorts, and flip flops on.
The Deer Hunter and I are wondering if the below normal temps portend anything for the coming winter. One cool morning, as I woke up I was dreaming I was standing at a window watching it snow when someone said "Just wait, by tomorrow we're supposed to get 12 inches." I'm hoping that dream comes true at least one time this winter.
I doubt the veggies would like for the cool temps to continue-but the cooler weather sure does make harvesting those veggies easier.
Cool at your place?
p.s. This Saturday, August 2, The Pressley Girls will be playing for the 30th Anniversary of the Swain County Genealogical and Historical Society. The event will be at the Riverfront Park in Bryson City and it starts at 11:00 a.m. Hope to see you there if you live close enough to come!