We’ve had some awfully wet weather lately, as previously reported in Radio Free Daglan (December 15). Sometimes we’ve had gentle showers, other times we’ve had hard rain. Unfortunately, some days we’ve also been hit with serious storms, bringing strong winds that have been knocking down trees all over the Greater Daglan Area.
One of the victims, in turns out, is our village’s Christmas tree, which has been standing proudly in the Place de la Liberté. But today just before noon, it looked anything but proud, as you can see:
I’m not sure the village workers will be rushing to its rescue, at least today anyway, because of the sometimes torrential rain we’ve had to endure this morning. In fact, this photo was taken through the window of my car, because the rain was so heavy I didn’t want to roll down the window even for a minute.