80º in November

It was 80º today. I mentioned this to a friend in Washington state, and she straight up did not believe me. I don’t blame her; I’d be doubtful upon hearing that, too. It’s November. In South Dakota. These things just don’t happen.

And then, when I pulled into the driveway, the sky did this.

A lot of people complain about early sunsets, but when I’m able to catch stunning skies like this on my commute home, I say bring ’em on.

Still not sure if I’m writing every day this month…



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15 replies

  1. 65 degrees here today…I will take that in November. The less oil I use to heat my house, the more money in my pocket. When the time comes, please just keep the snow out there.

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  2. 80 degrees is wack, for sure. Gorge pic. Lovely perk. This: Still not sure if I’m writing every day this month…continues to crack me up. 🙂

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  3. Only 70F here today but after weathering three frosts already ; I will take it !

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  4. We’re going to be 70 this weekend. In Maine. In November. All bets are off in 2020.
    Lovely sky.

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  5. Oh I’d take a beautiful sunset like that every night no matter when it happened. As for daily blogging… it is work. No doubt about that.

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  6. That is a gorgeous sunset. Our projected high over the next few days is 72 and I’m loving it. Going to cram in as much outdoor dining as possible!

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  7. Gorgeous here today, too, but SO windy. It’s all going bye-bye in two days. 😦

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