In our part of the world we’ve been more fortunate than some, but we have had some very heavy downpours.
Yes, I know it’s our “wet season” and I know we need good rainfall to flush algae from waterways and top-up reservoirs….but jeepers! enough with the mouldy stuff , OK?
I’m beginning to feel like a character from a Somerset Maugham novel!
My chief concern is that I can only proceed slowly on the books. I don’t want to have too many damp pages at once. So how do I manage? Well, I think Heath Robinson would probably have come up with a better contraption, but I use this:
With ceiling fans whirring gently (as opposed to clattering like mad helicopters) it does help. Of course, it’s in the middle of the floor. And a great temptation to little black furballs. But, like Mr. Hobson‘s clients, I have limited options! And I can’t use this when drying glued pages.
But I’m not the only one suffering. If you’re interested you can read more about this “project” on our blog.
And for further notes on the daily doings Chez Dinahmow, the cats can help.
Back to work…