A sign in the window of the Southurn Rose Buggy Tours ticket office explains that Tuesday's excessive heat made it unsafe for the horses. In order to keep the animals safe, the city of Beaufort's tour vehicle coordinator uses a global wet bulb machine with sensors that measure ambient temperature, humidity and radiant heat and offers a more precise heat reading than a thermometer alone.
A sign in the window of the Southurn Rose Buggy Tours ticket office explains that Tuesday's excessive heat made it unsafe for the horses. In order to keep the animals safe, the city of Beaufort's tour vehicle coordinator uses a global wet bulb machine with sensors that measure ambient temperature, humidity and radiant heat and offers a more precise heat reading than a thermometer alone. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
A sign in the window of the Southurn Rose Buggy Tours ticket office explains that Tuesday's excessive heat made it unsafe for the horses. In order to keep the animals safe, the city of Beaufort's tour vehicle coordinator uses a global wet bulb machine with sensors that measure ambient temperature, humidity and radiant heat and offers a more precise heat reading than a thermometer alone. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

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July 12, 2011 07:50 PM

UPDATED July 12, 2011 08:06 PM

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