The humidity is something else and particularly affecting Kika who is sweatier in the evenings than when I saw her at lunchtime, arguably the hottest time of the day under normal circumstances.
Oh Wells, not much more I can do for them at the moment :-(
On to the couple of photos from the polo this afternoon...
|I'll try any shade to keep from getting burnt|
& yes I do wear suncream incessantly
Barefoot farrier is coming tomorrow and we are due some thunderstorms so hopefully the temps come back down to be more manageable for pale old me & I can swing some strolls in the woods with my girls!
Fun! I love polo, but keeps getting rained out here :(ReplyDelete
What a pity, it's not on so often here so even though it was boiling i wanted to go along for a gawk.Delete
One of my dream bucket list goals is to go back to Argentina & learn Polo for a week or two *blush*
Yay for polo!! The hubs and I are totally planning for an Argentina trip in the near future...spending a week on a polo farm would be sweet!ReplyDelete
I have never played but was so close to going for a lesson when I was in Argentina a few years back - sadly we couldn't quite get it organised so now I'm just going to *have* to go back ;-pDelete
fingers crossed that the heatwave breaks soon! also i love the polo pics!!! really want to try that sometime :)ReplyDelete
I really shouldn't be complaining considering the temps in so many other places - but it IS so out of character for this neck of the woods that we are completely inequipped to cope. Poor ponehs - cos at least my office building has air conditioning...their field less so :-(Delete