Spring flooding in Raglan
I was going through some of my old photos and found this one of Raglan when we visited there about 3 years ago. Usually Spring here in NZ throws out some wild weather and occasionally we get flooding/cyclones/storms/snow in various places. This particular time they had had huge amounts of rain and by the time we arrived there most of the flooding had disappeared except this one portion. At the moment we are waiting to see what this season brings for us before Summer arrives in November/December
I have been spending alot of time in the garden this week and less time online like I usually do. I planted some marguerite daisies that I bought from my work and also am propogating several cuttings off it as they are so easy to grow along with Fuchsia, Hebes and some succulents. I have also been following several tutorials on how to crochet, so far I've just started learning how to make a throw/blanet after buying half a dozen balls of wool. I discovered our town has a local wool/craft shop which I visited yesterday with my daughter - that has been very dangerous as they have so many things that appealed to us, so far I've bought 2 different sized crochet needles off them.
As for Corona news here I think people are getting more and more over it. Auckland has had one more death and is now in level 2.5 with level 1 being the lowest. I think it's going to be quite some time before life goes back to normal. The instructions from HQ has been wear a mask as much as you can but it's easy to see most people are taking it as not serious and with this weekend bringing more fine weather there will be less social distancing and more people thinking they can do what they want.
Linking up with Weekend Reflections.