Re: Mythcon Announcement
- You young'uns should take heart: I've gotten better at coping with heat as I age (think "fine wine" rather than old broad) so I didn't remember that Norman was that warm - and I had one of the little cottages so I left the building several times every day! What I remember about that was the cicadas making Big Noise-- don't have those in SoCal.
Nah, I think it will be hard to displace the 2nd Milwaukee Mythcon (1999, Mythcon 30) from the high water mark for hot & humid Mythcons lacking air conditioning. IIRC, David & Berni abandoned the site & bought themselves a hotel room for the duration. We were right on the lake & I understand it's usually moderated by the "lake effect" so our location didn't have A/C ("you won't need it..." Famous last words).
I missed Mary Stolzenbach's Mythcon in Nashville (*sigh* - how very sad that makes me; let that be a lesson to you: don't miss Mythcon!) - what was the weather like there?
-- Lynn --
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "not_thou" <emptyD@...> wrote:
> "Melkor hath devised heats and fire without restraint..."
> Highs and lows for Mythcon 2006 were:
> Friday -- 100 / 83
> Saturday -- 102 / 76
> Sunday -- 103 / 78
> Monday -- 97 / 75
> (In degrees Fahrenheit.)
> Source: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/oun/climate/get_norman.php
> ---Jason Fisher <visualweasel@> wrote:
> > And it might well be better. It will probably be in the 90s, but it hopefully won't be above 100. If I remember, it was well over 100 during the Oklahoma Mythcon!
- See, not that bad! ;)
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"Melkor hath devised heats and fire without restraint... "
Highs and lows for Mythcon 2006 were:
Friday -- 100 / 83
Saturday -- 102 / 76
Sunday -- 103 / 78
Monday -- 97 / 75
(In degrees Fahrenheit.)
Source: http://www.srh. noaa.gov/ oun/climate/ get_norman. php
---Jason Fisher <visualweasel@ ...> wrote:
> And it might well be better. It will probably be in the 90s, but it hopefully won't be above 100. If I remember, it was well over 100 during the Oklahoma Mythcon!