Snowdrops in White Moss House, Grasmere garden
There should be sunshine after rain,
These things have always been the same,
So why worry now? "
(Dire Straits- sadly overlooked by philosophers I feel)
On Thursday 19 November 2009 the heavens opened on Cumbria and a 48 hour torrent flooded the area turning roads into rivers, gardens into lakes.
Now, less than 4 months later, the snowdrops and sunshine bring a promise of spring, and hopefully, a great summer.
Business that were flood affected are reopening, visitors are flocking back to enjoy the amazing scenery that early spring offers- clear blue skies, with a dash of snow on the tops.
Come back to Cumbria! ( and White Moss House of course!)
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