It’s here finally. Yes and it doesn’t look like it’s a false start. The open fields between the houses are covered with white and yellow daisy’s and if you didn’t know better you would swear it’s the west coast. Small buds adorn the oak trees and flowers are appearing as if from nowhere. This winter has statistically been one of the wettest in the past 10 years, but all the cold and wet has given rise to one of the prettiest spring show’s for years.
The main benefit of the cold and wet winter is that dams are full to the brim and will carry us until next winter. So no worries that the lei water will be cut short in the hot summer months. I have inlcuded the actual figures in the link below from Stuart S. for this winter. It includes the wind direction, rainfall, and daily max and min temperatures.
If you would like some more info on where to stay or what to do please mail me firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget that it’s rose festival on the weekend of the 26th and 27th of October.
From and warmer and happier Greyton!