Last year’s summer was cloudy and wet. Every month either set or came close to setting records for dark and rainfall.
Unfortunately, this summer is starting to look like it might go the same way.
Last year, I spent a bunch of time waiting for the weather to get better. This year, I’m just starting to get used to it.
If the weather forecast says rain but it looks like you have an hour-long window of sun, get out there.
If there’s scattered showers, head out as if there’s no rain, but grab an umbrella just in case.
If it’s lightly raining, act like it’s not raining at all.
I’m pretty sure this is how they do things in Vancouver. I have to adapt.
UPDATE: Pogo is not adapting. I took him for a run this morning, and partway through he just stopped and looked at me like he couldn’t believe I wanted to keep going. He’s the tiny speck in this picture:
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