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With all of the crazy, rainy weather we have had this year, the current stretch of cool fall days (yes, in August) makes us all happy.
We woke up yesterday morning to a chilly 50ºF (10ºC), particularly chilly for the humans since we sleep with the windows open. Nearby Mount Mitchell (the highest peak in Eastern North America) recorded a low of 40ºF (4ºC) with a wind chill of 32ºF (0ºC). The first hints of reds and yellows are showing in the trees surrounding our house. We have spent most of the summer hanging out with the Hu-Dad in his study while he attends to his busyness, but yesterday we all stayed outside and enjoyed the sunshine and scorching high of 67ºF (19ºC).
We know we are still in August, but we can smell autumn creeping up on us. For a Herd of Siberian Huskies, that’s a day to celebrate the best way we know how.
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