Honestly we are enjoying some of the best weather ever recorded in June, I don't know if it is to make up for the never ending winter we suffered through. Don't smirk, it was cold, nasty, and wet, even for us. It's all relative folks. And this is no California. Our usual June weather consists of rain, drizzle, water puddles, and brief bursts of sunshine. Usually after the summer solstice. Way.......after. You know when the days are noticeably darker earlier. And everyone runs around going, "oh what a shame we didn't have this earlier. I mean we BC'rs have nothing really to complain about, we live in the best place in the world. We have some of the best farming, recreational, and water destinations available. If we can't complain about the weather what is left for us to whine about? We are used to the strawberry farmers apologetically holding up moldy, rotten, berries in their hands on the evening news, and consequently raising the price of fresh picked berries due to crop failure from the incessant rain. This year it is the complete opposite, strawberries will be red, and lush, dripping juices down our chins as we rapturously bite into a sun warmed delight. We will be in shock. What will we complain about if the weather isn't bad? The berries are perfect, and the sun is still shining? Who knows, I for one will be too busy stuffing as many berries as I can into deserts, and my freezer to listen to them.