Summer is over, winter is approaching

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Every day is getting shorter, the glorious sun of summer and autumn is being replaced by bleak clouds and rain. The festivals are nearly over for the year and the nights of playing outside are already gone. The beautiful architecture of Belgium, rich detail in old stone, is now looking bleak and washed out in gray. It is time to start wearing jackets, carry around an umbrella and curl in against the weather.

On the plus side sunrises over Brussels now gloriously grace our breakfast table and we have hundreds of interesting museums to explore out of the way of the weather. Time to stay inside cooking lavish meals, drinking great beers with friends and protect our own little piece of summer against the weather outside.
montecarlostar says:
Congrats on your feature Adrian!
Posted on: Nov 30, 2009
lamadude says:
It hasn't rained in all of september, so the plants will be happy with the rain, the people a little less :) And don't worry, it will start getting dark earlier every day and you don't really notice gray skies when it's dark :p
Posted on: Oct 07, 2009
Adrian_Liston says:
I got hear in February, there were a few snow days and sub-zero temperatures, but it wasn't as gloomy and wet as it has been the last week. Cold is fine, as long as the skies are still blue :)

BTW, Adelaide barely has water, let alone the climate to go ice-skating on rivers and canals!
Posted on: Oct 07, 2009
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