As already mentioned on Saturday salon 29/8 four of the Bahnisch siblings and their partners have decided to meet up and invade Europe again. Back in 2008 it was the Rhine, this time the centre-piece is a trip down the Danube. I’ll be away from Tuesday 8 September to Tuesday 13 October.
John D has been busy doing good works lately, but has indicated he might crank out a few posts.
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The return trip from Budapest is over 36 hours, I believe, so it may take a while for me to emerge.
On my return it is my intention to carry on monitoring climate change until 2020, given the importance of what the world does over the near term.
I’ve been monitoring the temperatures in Europe a bit and until last week Berlin was having days over 30°C. According to the averages I think we should expect something like an Adelaide winter, which I find cold. I believe an El Niño in the Pacific can mean a wet winter in Europe, so we’ll see what autumn brings.