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The Edinburgh weather changes with speed

Clouds sweeping across Edinburgh, August 2019

Summer on Thursday; winter on Friday.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 10 August 2019

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

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  1. Oh, I have friends descending on Edinburgh in the coming week (descending is the right word, there will be around a 1000 of them, of which I know a couple of hundreds, about 50 of them I call friends, about 20 good friends). If you have time, have a look out for the Eurohashers. On Wednesday, they will be at their most flamboyant, the shenanigans (and sport!) kick off with a (charity) Red Dress Run in Edinburgh on Wednesday. Near a brewery in the historic part of the city, is all I know. But if you see a lot of men (and women) in red dresses – that’s them. I always think it would be a great photo op but I’m usually too busy having fun and no hands free for a camera (holding at least one beer). Anyway, I hope they encounter Scottish rain and get thoroughly wet!
    In the meantime, I dared to disturb one of the supreme rulers:

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  2. Trying to remember when I was last there but I remember something very similar. Get that washing in quick! 🙂 🙂 Happy weekend, Debs! I won’t be hanging any of mine out in Leeds, either 😦


    • I think I might have escaped the worst of the weather and travel chaos by fleeing up here 🙂 My sister (another Jo ) arrived in a very grey Devon yesterday, with everything closed due to one of the major power cuts.
      A lot of the washing spends days outside here – I think it gets caught in the rain and then they just leave it in the hope the sun will eventually shine!
      Enjoy your weekend too, Jo.


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