We've BEEN hitting in the 90's. But "it's a dry heat"... you know, like an oven. Add in the everlasting wind and you have a convection oven (it only stops blowing for a few hours a day... scattered out, not all together). The caulking and paint here will dry and form a skin on the outer layer so it takes a week or more to dry completely. David says it's the low humidity that is causing it. I am so tired of wind, dust, single digit humidity and faux rain (rain that evaporates before it ever hits the ground)! I miss green, rain, mist and humidity. I envy you sitting in down in Huntsville. And you are close enough to do http://www.riverbendfestival.com/
... The BEACH BOYS are going to be there next weekend!
I just want to be East of the Mississippi and South of the Mason-Dixon. In other words, I want to go HOME. I even miss the traffic in Chattanooga! How crazy is that?
The Eagle bus had an aluminum skin on a steel frame. The manufacturer put what looked like a super thick piece of tar paper or matting between the inner layer of the outer skin and the frame. A strip of cork would do the same thing.