It’s Day 2 of the Motor Home Page blog thing. I’m still in the learning and configuring stage. Well more set-up really. Me and configure are not often in the same sentence 🙂
It’s a gloomy sort of day in Dunedin, but it’s stopped raining which is good. Out the window ahead of me I can see lots of snow still on Mt Cargill and Flagstaff. The open parts of the Moon Track on Swampy looks plastered. Yet the tussock on the top of Flagstaff looks clearer. It looks like Dunedin missed the best (worst?) of it, again!
One thing I’d like to know, and I think we need a high-level inquiry into this; does it snow more on Friday and Saturday nights in Dunedin? Or is it just my incomplete memory? Not living in a high suburb, I dream of hearing on the radio on a Monday morning that there is snow 15cm deep all over town, and the word is to stay home and not try to travel anywhere. But what are the chances? Have we heard that more on a weekend morning in recent times?
Today’s tasks include populating the gallery a bit, transferring some of my old blog stuff from the last couple of months, vacuuming and maybe making an upside-down pudding for lunch. Is it wrong to make pudding for lunch?