OK, who’s hot?
Let’s all go to the beach!
Or a nearby pool?
Our son on a past hot day
Don’t forget to bring other hotties!
Whirlpool? No, way too hot.
OK, let’s just splash
Or sit on the beach
Or watch others swimming
Or play with friends
Or collect pretty stones
Or just admire the beach
Or ponder footprints in the sand… Count those sandy toes!
Let’s go to the beach again tomorrow, shall we? It’s supposed to be 92 degrees.
That is WAY too hot for the Upper Peninsula!
I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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so warm and summery it looks! 🙂
Oh please…being on the shores of Lake Superior sounds perfectly heavenly right now! It’s hot today and will be even hotter tomorrow…100…I should go back and get in Rick’s pool! ♥
I guess if the ice cap at the North pole is melting it only makes sense to be in the 90s by gitchee gumee
What a fun time. Thanks for taking me along Kathy!
Luckily, we live on Lake Michigamme, so we can walk down to the water and jump in, which I have done a few times this week….we take boat rides in early evening too, and that helps. The U.P. is so pretty now and luckily the evenings get cool enough to sleep, too….Don’t worry, we will get our cooler weather back soon enough. LOL
It was so bloody hot after the 4th that we came back to Ohio to our good old AC home. Only problem is, it doesn’t come with a beautiful view, like the U.P.Trying again at the end of July…keeping our fingers crossed for, cool.
Yikes, I’d say that is HOT for your neck of the planet. ( My favorite part of the beach is collecting stones and shells.) Stay cool, my friend.
Wow! That IS hot for up there! Walking on the shores of Lake Superior would be wonderful…but imaging it is cooling as well.
My wife and daughters were in the UP a couple weeks ago (the other end, though), and the girls found Superior to be too cold to spend any time in it. That’s not so unusual, but I wonder what it will be like by August if the heat keeps rolling. Fun post, Kathy!
92 F !!! That’s ef-in hot ! That’s why I like Celsius. 33 C sounds so much better. lol
It’s pretty hot here too but not as bad as that — though some areas are s’pozed to go up to 30 C tomorrow !
Hopefully Superior will be a cooling influence …
Yeah, it’s hot. We’re headed for 100 degrees in the Twin Cities this week. Even more fun when you’re having hot flashes! Thanks for the cooling pictures.
Eeks! I hope that first picture is from today – it has been entirely too hot up here this summer. We’ve been upgraded (not the right word, I am positive!) to 97 tomorrow. I think I hear the lake calling me already! Hope you’re staying cool in each of the ways pictured and then some 🙂
It is hot! The water looks so refreshing, though. I got into Lake Michigan fir the first time yesterday…it was so warm! Wonderful beach days to you!
Ohhhhhh, that was refreshing! I’ll check back again throughout the day as it’s supposed to be a doozie (97+ degrees)
Wow, that IS hot for the UP! It’s always 10 degrees or so hotter here and this summer has been especially brutal. Coming up next weekend to cool off 🙂 Good luck with Barry’s knee surgery.
Superior is darn cold even when it’s insanely hot out. Have fun at the beach!
We finally got a little rain to cool things off. I wish we could have gone to the beach for a swim last week, though. Friday was 31 degrees Celsius with a Humidex factor which made it feel like 38 – that’s (38 x 2 + 32 =) 108 degrees Fahrenheit! Whew! I’m glad we have air conditioning! 🙂
Amazing! Lovely photos. The beach side is so spectacular. I so love coastal places. I could hear the gushing waves, the splashing water. Made me feel coooool 😀
Love these photos! 🙂
I’m glad you included the photos of your sons and yourself
Wow, that IS hot outside! Most of my US blog friends have been experiencing higher than normal temperatures this summer, it seems. Here in Victoria, it’s still “warmer than usual”, but we’ve maxed out at about 27 degrees Celsius (80 F). I feel for you in that heat!