There is something to be said about the off season in rural Greece. There are endless scenarios and settings, from mountainous snow-capped terrain to sleepy fishing villages. Either way, it is a great time to write your novel. It is a great time to figure out what you have in common with the landscape. They say that February stings. It’s when you begin to feel cabin fever. But the carnival is coming up and then you’re into March. The agony builds for the summer regulars to return. But you sometimes wonder if you’d be better off with just a few close friends visiting.
Here is part of the carnival in February.
It takes the end of a nice rainy day to bring things into perspective. The sun shining as if it were summer. You’re waiting for night to fall. But not just yet.
And once in a while, it gets dangerous.