February was announced with a howl. Boats in our little harour had to be bailed, not just rain but sea water.
What can almost be descibed as a flash flood, here is proof for those summer time visitors who may have wondered why we have such a “grand” canal running through our valley.
(Photos courtesy Brian Sidaway)
Kamini was too tranquil so we decided to wander over to Hydra to see if there was much ‘happening’ in the mega-polis… There was.
Lots of New Year wishes being made… mainly for a small fish!!
Wishing everyone a festive, Festive Season. May ’11 bring health and more. Dimitra’s cheerful little display at our local hypermarket sends just that… cheer!
Pouring rain at Theo’s closing did nothing to dampen the spirit of the occasion—in fact, if anything, the novelty of the cloud burst generated a whole new atmosphere. Guests at the Pirofani closing took refuge under Dimitra’s adjacent shop awning, but even that was no guarantee of shelter from the spray.
Dancing, cooking, and celebrating the end of a long hot season in the rain was a memorable event. The only thing conspicuous by its absence was Roger’s annual closing poem as he had escaped the Rock a week prior.
We will miss our favourite character restaurateur and his menu, wish him well on his winter travels, and look forward to a grand opening in the spring.