Hi, 34.... No, I'm in central California (Atwater, 60 miles above Fresno) and it's been 3-digit hot this summer! (that's Fahrenheit, not Centigrade) My 'shed' is 25 feet X 25 feet, all metal, my young wife built the whole thing after I placed the tubular steel 'gables'...but it's hot as blazes in the summer. So, we worked on my drastically lowered '94 BMW convertible (with optional removable hard top!) Did it in the front driveway, (now covered with a metal car port, 24 feet wide X 25 feet long) Breeze blows thru, ahhh. Way cooler than the shop. Fixed the front air dam (underneath, previous owner had broken some underneath plastic...Hate working with plastic. Fixed it, though...made some small aluminum brackets, drilled and screwed some small metal bolts in, like we used on the steel shed! Had some left over...LOL My roadster and tub are in my shop, some cool days are coming...I have to take the frame number to the Motor Vehicle dep't, and get that settled. Then I'll do some metal work, and assemble my flathead. My '55 F100 is ready for the 'new' '60 pickup axle, if you use this axle it lowers the '55 1". (low now, with reversed-eye and flattened springs) It'll handle better, as the axle in there now has worn king pin bores. Spindles want to stay in one position, constantly binding. Need to do some sanding and prep on it, looks horrible in faded, splotched primer! Black faded, then light grey, with some former red oxide primer showing thru. Under that is the metallic blue it once was, (1956!) and the factory yellow...Looks like a cartoon. LOL At least it's not raining. How are things in Holland??? My Grandfather was from Alsace-Lorraine...1900.