There's no business like SNOW business!

There's no business like SNOW business!

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Well, I'm rendered near speachless. Certainly, puts 100°F in some different light. This is another reason I love the blog world. June/July/August and snow are very odd to me in the same sentence.
I await deliciouse warm winter recipes.
The pictures are beautiful but your words speak as loud.

Tanna — Tuesday 4th July 2006 5:44 pm

Oh wow, I hope you are doing OK. It is cold here in Wellington, but . . . !

Emma — Tuesday 4th July 2006 10:32 pm

I've been hearing reports about the bad weather in NZ from the Boyfriend's family. I'm sure the skiers are delighted after 2005's warm and nearly snowless winter but it's tough on the rest of you. Hope your electricity keeps going - water droughts in the middle of winter are hard to take!

Caroline@Bibliocook — Tuesday 4th July 2006 11:10 pm

Hi Bron,

I was wondering what happened to you... thought maybe you were on vacation but obviously not from your photos. Wishing you warmer days or at least warmer food in the days to come!

Written from the northern hemisphere where it's been 95+ F for the past week!!


Bruno — Wednesday 5th July 2006 2:31 am

Bron! My Bron!

I was beginning to get worried so I'm glad to see you post again. I cannot believe the snow that you're getting! It's hard enough to imagine snow in June but to get that much snow ... wow!

I'm happy to hear that the worst has passed and that things are getting back to normal.

All the best and please start posting food again very soon. We miss you!

Ivonne — Wednesday 5th July 2006 3:41 am

Wow Bron, that's a lot of snow - I shouldn't be complaining about being hot as the summer here is so short, but your beautiful pictures made me feel a bit cooler... Hope you're surviving the weather, take care and keep warm!

keiko — Wednesday 5th July 2006 6:02 am

I need to add you to my favorites so I can check in all the time. The snow is amazing. I am glad you have not suffered damage.

Gabriella True — Thursday 6th July 2006 6:45 pm

Wow indeed! I have never seen snow like this in New Zealand!! Brrrrr, but gorgeous pics!

Bea at La Tartine Gourmande — Thursday 6th July 2006 10:41 pm

Hi Bron,
Welcome back. Glad to hear that you've defrosted since the big chill. At least we've had the snow for mid-winter Christmas.

Paul — Thursday 6th July 2006 11:20 pm

Wow That does look cold. Welcome back. Nice post on the tamarillos.

barbara — Friday 7th July 2006 3:20 pm

Thanks Tanna, has been pretty chilly that's for real.

Hi Emma, I hope the heavy rain up there hasn't caused you any problems!

It's kinda funny Caroline, they had so much snow at Mt Hutt, no one could get there other than on foot for several days. Brilliant base for the school holidays though!

What's a vacation Bruno? ;-)
I've heard others talk about them before, haven't recently had the pleasure myself unfortunately.

Oh I missed you too Ivonne!!

Thanks Keiko, we are keeping fairly warm and it's lovely weather today!

Thank you Gabriella and Bea, does 'look' very pretty, doesn't it?!

Yes, Paul,
unfortunately since we couldn't get out the drive and had no warning, we didn't have all the requirements for a mid-winter Christmas feast! Instead we had pikelets by candlelight. No doubt we'll have more snow before long though, and I'm now better prepared! ;-)

Thanks Barbara, yes was very cold, however we have a nice warm NW breeze this morning!

bron — Monday 10th July 2006 12:28 pm

i kept meaning to comment on the post, it's hard to imagine that kind of weather from where I am standing. Hope you are surviving ok.


sam — Wednesday 12th July 2006 6:42 am

[...] But first let me tell you all what I sent Kes, since these are some of my very favourite things - treats I always like to have one of two of in the cupboards, just in case we happen to get snowed in, if we have some unexpected guests, etc. [...]

Antipodean Blogging By Post — Thursday 13th July 2006 4:57 pm

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