Eddie Stormbart had a winning idea and he created a huge cloud machine that had a rain-making capacity four times that of current models and he called it 'Cloudtanic'. In Scarborough the town council hired a drizzle to quell any trouble from agitated holidaymakers. Oban's 'Fresh Food Gathering' was saved by fresh water deliveries and watercress was the main beneficiary. Great Yarmouth's 'slot machines' provided a jackpot shower. The Cloud Museum in deeper Salford is a revelation. Crime extends to all sectors of society and the world of weather is no exception. Two amorous undergraduates completed work experience aboard cloud machines. A honeymoon cruise onboard a cloud machine was a dream come true for an American couple. You can enjoy all this stuff without getting wet, but it would still be advisable to have an umbrella handy - better to be safe rather than drenched!
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|Size: ||755 KB|
|Publisher: ||Lulu Publishing Services|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781483454634 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|