The basil plants in the garden were as healthy as they could be. That is, until they burned in the 90-plus-degree heat. The temperatures were pleasant and perfect for sitting outside – until we began experiencing 101-degree Heat Index days. The over-90 temps weren’t enough; we had the bonus of dewpoint levels in the 70s.
Summer is a slow time, and writing letters to newspapers, especially about anything other than the national election, is rarely at the top of anyone’s priority list. But the Londonderry School Board’s recommendation to build an auditorium as a high priority on the Town’s Capital Improvements Program (CIP) list brought several residents out of the
August is here. The flowers are blooming, the garden is producing, fall sports practices become part of the routine – yet there’s still plenty of time to sit on the porch and enjoy the season. It’s the heart of summer – even if you can’t help but catch a glimpse of fall some evenings –