It seems to me that the "I burn corn" website is a bit glitchy at the moment and sometimes I cannot get it to load at all. Once it comes up it seems to work okay.
98 degrees, yuck!!
We are in the coldest part OF Australia (except for the mountains). Heck our town is called Blowhard in Victoria (look it up, I am not joking). Now that refers to the weather not my behaviour!
So we are at the coldest time of the year at the coldest part of Australia. Now sit down for these extreme conditions....
Minimum overnight temps : 28 F
Maximum daytime temp : 53 F
We wonder how you guys cope over there. We get one inch of snow for one day every fifth year or so. And we hate it.
Having said that our average summer temp is 82 F which is not too hot. We get to an absolute max of 110 F but that is probably only for about 5 days over summer. We rarely get more than 2 days over 100 in a row.
On the news tonight we saw footage from the US showing roads buckled by the heat and bad forest fires. Out here the birds are starting to nest which could mean an early Spring. Global warming??
Hey, have any of you guys ever tried burning cotton seed? We have used Safflower and canola as part of our crushed olive pit mix but I havent tried cotton seed. I reckon the fuzzy stuff would block up but if anyone knows that would be great to find out.