The everyday of our family farm
Wow! I am wilting just looking at it. Hang in there.
Take away the frypan (you didn't really plan to eat the egg did you?) and put it on the concrete. I bet it would fry then.
No, I don't so. We were using a cast iron frypan that had been sitting out there for 2 hours prior to putting in egg. The pan was hotter than the concrete.
It seems some newspaper photographer tries this feat every summer here, too! Hope you're able to stay out of the hear or have good air-conditioning in your tractor cabs.
Getting up very early to get all jobs done before midday. We have one more day then a cool change is coming through on Sunday. Yippee!
Von solchen Temperaturen sind wir mit -5°C weit entfernt.Noke
Yes, -5°C is a big contrast to our 44°C. Somewhere in the middle would be ideal.
What... is there really +62 °C...! wauuu... It is almost as to be in Sauna.We have -8 °C on days.
62.6°C is the frypan heat read on the infrared heat sensor. The was day was hot, but not that hot! We got to 44°C.
Huh and nevertheless, -44 ° C is also so hot, which I cannot imagine a daily temperature.But I believe that you cannot imagine, for example, our winter frosts.
I was confused for a second or two about the hot and frying eggs. Then it hit me. This is Australia. I always like your photos as I see your blog everyday.