Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Wicked Weather Report by Mild Mannered Genius

The weather somehow seems to be mirroring our collective feelings as we delve deeper into this investigation. After some discussion we have all agreed that you should know as much as possible about everything going on here; so from now on we will do our best to keep you informed about the weather we are and have been experiencing since shortly after our arrival at Denise's house. I know you are thinking "Weather? Really, its just weather. Why are they making such a big deal about it?" If you will bare with me I will explain why we find this important enough to report to you: When we first got here yesterday it was chilly and the sky was a bit hazy, but the sun was visible. That was how it remained for a few hours, when with no warning it suddenly went downhill. The local meteorologists are stunned and mystified by this unanticipated weather phenomenon. 

The weather reports will be brought to you as often as seems necessary by our Mild Mannered Genius, April and will include a picture when possible. Then I will add which wine I think goes best with the weather at the end of each reports. It is after all very important that the wine you choose be appropriate for your weather conditions.

Wicked Weather Report:

Warmth and sunshine continue to elude the Sandown area, as arctic blasts and bleak clouds remain. Sudden bursts of lightening also continue to assault, leaving behind strange and smoldering patterns, explained only by an unstable atmospheric occurrence. A heavy blanket of gloominess looks to be sticking around, at least for the the rest today and into tomorrow evening. 

Meanwhile, surrounding areas are bright, warm and packed with plenty of that golden yellow magic.

*This image is of a highway not far from Denise's house, taken about an hour ago. If we one of us can get out to one of the surrounding areas tomorrow we will snap some pictures to show the contrast.*

The wine I have chosen for this evening is Zorvino Vineyards, 2008 Great Nor'easter Red. We just popped the cork on it and it even smells perfect for this weather! 


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