Rethinking daily activities as
we settle into a New Normal.
Someone wrote online
(so it must be true)
to Please restart the
It has a virus.
If only we could.
This year's Cherry Blossoms are no different
in changing up their routine.
You have to go back to 2012 to the pace
of this years Blossoms. Maybe to the day.
They are considered Popping when about 10%
of the flowers are in Bloom. Peak is
when 70% of the trees are in Full Bloom.
That being said, every tree is different.
Some trees get more early sun,
some get more afternoon sun.
It used to be that the trees at the North
end of the park on Hughes Place were first
to bloom. Not so much now.
Lots of those tree came down due to age
and disease. The are replaced, however,
it will be years until the Tunnel of Blossoms returns.
Sad face emoji.
It's a beautiful bright day in Wooster Square,
March 26, 2020!
So while everyone is kind of stuck
with nothing to do, my job continues!
After I get some photos, we'll
discuss proper Hanami etiquette
in the coronavirus world.
Extremely Beautiful Day in World Famous,
Historic Wooster Square!
Remember, if you want to enjoy the Blossoms,
please observe social distancing.
We want everyone to be around for the
next Cherry Blossom Festival in 2021!
See You on Wooster Street
See You Round the Square!
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