The one great thing about being at Vina de Lestonnac in the heart of Temecula Valley, Southern California Wine Country is that we really get a sense of the seasons. It’s not unusual to hit over 100 degrees in late August at noon, and we frequently get into the low 30’s and even 20’s on occasion in the Winter. But what is unusual is to get snow as it’s been about 10 years since our last white dusting.
This morning our New Year’s Quilt Group awoke to a New Years Eve present of five inches of fresh snow! Lori and her Quilters By the Sea friends were treated to real Temecula rarity. These gals were back in the warmth of the sewing room before long and back to work before ringing in the New Year later tonight. HAPPY NEW YEAR ladies!