On Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 01:53:05PM -0400, kevin lyda mentioned:
> northern mexico is still hot. i lived in kansas for 10 years (whoa,
> baaaad karma) and that's around 500 or so miles north of the mexican
> border. the summer i left mr. murcury hung out at over 110 degrees for
> over two weeks. in celsius that works out to be... too fucking hot.
> during the summer they held fan drives for the elderly, a few of which
> died from the heat each year anyway. tarmac actually begins to melt -
> bike kickstands would sink into the road. school was cancelled at least
> once every year for a "heat day."
Thing is that it's also higher. That means colder evenings. I was in Utah
last month, camping. 35C in the day, dropping to -12C at night.
And, of course muppet here thought "Desert. That means light sleeping
bag". Shudder. You know it's cold when you have to wipe ice out of your
beard when you wake.
I'd be more worried about frost killing off the plants, than just not
having much fruit.
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