Now down at 26.9. Ambient temperature now down from 37.5 at 7pm to 36.6. Says that ambient temperature must exceed 40C AND wet bulb reading must exceed 32.5C. We need one big idea that can be used in a multidimensional, multilayered and multifaceted way,” Mr. Light argued. Like Mr.
If there were an order of critical steps this is the second most critical. You can use towels and bits of foam etc. But. It was so sunny and it was so hot! Obviously now we dealing with climate change. I was describing to the kids that this really was a rainforest. And tomorrow I want to do a nice traverse of Portland.
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Ok but surely they must have had some decent food right? Well not quite. An average meal after a tough day in the trenches looked a bit like this: some cheese, perhaps an onion, maybe some jam, tea and this very hard biscuit known as hard tack or the Anzac tile. The highlight was some bully beef or tinned corned beef.