The bad news isn't so bad. The frost fortress protecting our lemon crop is a jury-rigged structure that tends to fall apart under stress -- like wind and rain. Last night one of the side curtains went down (Lira the winery cat is inspecting the damage), and this morning the rest of them went. Easily repaired, when we get a break in the weather. Farming optimism: it's good that frost is rare while it's raining.