Well, after summer being late to arrive here in the inland Pacific Northwest, it now doesn't want to leave. Out at Hanford, we finally had our first 100-degree day of the year over the last weekend. It also is the latest in the year they have EVER had a 100 degree day.
While I know this is nothing compared to what they have had to deal with in Texas, I am hoping the heat breaks soon. Deer season is rapidly approaching, and deer hunting when it's 75-degrees is no fun...deer hunting mornings are supposed to be cool and crisp.