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OuBallie19/07/2013 08:37:00
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Yesterday.

Patio - 31°;

Carport - 32.5°;

Workshop - 27.5°

Was inside for most of the day assembling the Singer 660 A1 sewing machine base and fitting parts to the base top.

In the carport later afternoon giving the sewing machine a clean, especially all those beautifully machined internal parts.

Looking at all those parts, did/does make me wonder at the thought process/s that went on to come up with such clever mechanisms - and with nary a computer in sight let alone CAD/CAM.

It's going to be a few degrees cooler for the next 15 days, so says my weather App.

Geoff - Caffeine time.

mechman4819/07/2013 09:54:45
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Yesterday outside temp..32* ; in the garage / workshop 22* guess where I pottered for a while so my insulation seems to be successfull.

George

mechman4819/07/2013 11:03:01
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As with Billy Mills I have worked in Russia, (Sakhalin Island) & walked around in -32* in winter & 48* + in summer but as Billy says it's dry cold & heat so it doesn't get through to your bones like it does here in the UK, mind you you can still freeze very quickly. Have also worked in the middle east & the temp there regularly gets above 50*+(they don't tell you that though) in the summer, but again dry heat unless you are near the coast where the humidity often gets over 90% so not only hot but wet to boot..so enjoy it while you can!

George

Rik Shaw19/07/2013 18:04:53
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Ok in workshop till 3.00 this afternoon. This with a 12" oscillating fan blowing on naked flesh. Thermometer reading 96 degrees F I made a hasty retreat to a much cooler house. I am starting earlier in the morn and jacking in early/mid afternoon. I did over do it 4 or 5 days ago and spent half an hour under a cold shower - she say's I'll never learn!!!! ------ Rik

OuBallie19/07/2013 18:43:18
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Today.

Patio 28°;

Carport 32.5°;

Workshop 27°

Forcast is for slightly cooler weather for the next 15 days.

I for one don't remember when we last had such blue skies, and for so long.

Geoff - In my favorite armchair wearing knickers only, men's that is

Stub Mandrel19/07/2013 19:36:21
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29.5 again

> Forcast is for slightly cooler weather for the next 15 days.

I thought the weekednd only, then hot air from France takes us even higher?

Neil - shirt undone but trousers firmly affixed!

OuBallie21/07/2013 09:50:41
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For this neck of the woods Neil.

Where's your sense of adventure?

Yesterday overcast.

Patio 21° A cool breeze blowing on the gge

Carport 32.5°

Workshop 25°

NJH21/07/2013 19:08:03
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Here in Deepest Devon today - 26 deg. outside, 24deg. in the workshop, a pleasant breeze all day, an aroma of roast beef from the kitchen and the prospect of a cool beer this evening. What could be nicer? !

Norman

Steven Vine21/07/2013 20:12:21
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Patio - 18c

Carport - 18c

Workshop - 18c

Kitchen - 18c

Thermometer buggered.

Steve

NJH21/07/2013 20:40:33
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Thank you Steve!

Nlaugh

Edited By NJH on 21/07/2013 20:41:06

Andyf21/07/2013 21:50:23
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Been cloudy all day here in NE Cheshire. Met Office says the max was about 19°C/67°F. Got a bit done in the garden, so quite thankful for the coolth. Still rather cloudy tomorrow, apparently, but hot with it. Deluge (weather warning posted) on Tuesday.Still, the car does need a wash.

Andy

OuBallie22/07/2013 19:33:06
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Today:

Patio 33°;

Carport 34.5°;

Workshop 27°

In the carport today (mad or what?) working on the Austin Seven's spare wheel cover.

Last week I used Biostrip20 paint stripper (usual disclaimer) that worked really well, and today used one of those fancy cleaning discs in the L grinder to get down to bare metal, and it worked a treat also.

Finished with a coat of etch primer. Coach paint next.

Photos of the whole process in my Photobucket account, but I don't know how to do a link using iPad.

Tried everything but all I get is a long URLin blue letters etc.

Geoff - In recovery mode.

Edited By OuBallie on 22/07/2013 19:35:45

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