This book is about an English piano tuner who is commissioned to go to Burma to repair an Erard grand piano in a practically inaccessible place and I'm really enjoying it.
Monday morning and another lovely day. I was up early and did four loads of washing to take advantage of the drying sun. At 13.55hrs the sensor was in full sun and it was registering 45.9°C. Inside, with the doors open to the garden it's registering 24.5°C and rising. I think it's going to be even hotter than yesterday.
At midday I had a chiropodist appointment in St Nicolas du Pélem and first drove to SuperU to buy some bread. I was a little surprised to see a camel on the verge by the roundabout! I drove round the roundabout three times to take photos of the the camel and the llama next to him and also parked and walked up to him to get a better photo. There were other animals on the verges, donkeys, shetland ponies etc. and it's because the circus is being held in the supermarket car park this afternoon.
Couldn't resist after lunch and braved the swimming pool. It was apparently 22°C and although I should have hoovered out the eucalyptus leaves which had blown in I decided to jog and swim amongst them. It was lovely! As this weather is due to last until late Thursday, I should get a fair few swims in this week.
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