In the UK there is a keenly anticipated yet often elusive event called an Indian Summer. This is when, usually after a typically damp and not that warm August, there are at least two consecutive warm sunny days in September. This is cause for huge excitement, with cries of "Brian, let's get the BBQ back out!" and "Maureen, have you seen my trunks?" filling the air. But be fooled not, it's merely a temporary blip and if you're not careful you'll find yourself shivering at the bus stop in your tiny vest as the real weather makes its sudden return. In short, it's time to get your long-sleeved game on and yes, that applies to all those little folks as well.