Monday, November 10, 2008
A new wind blowing
The festival's move to November from its usual September date meant changes in the weather: for the first time in memory, opening day was cool and windy (50s in Louisiana!) instead of hot and sticky (with past temperatures usually in the 90s). One old lady groused about the move to the director but I heard even more say they hope the move becomes permanent. One reason so many like the new date is this: November isn't tropical storm season, so the Frog Fest didn't get rained on for the first time in many years.