We woke up around 4:30 to the sound of pouring rain and loud rumbling thunder. It had been raining since we went to sleep and I knew the water was likely going to be high in the streets. Looking out the door confirmed my suspicions. I shot this in the dark on a tripod just to document how high the water was.
Halfway up the sidewalk to the front door was as high as it got, thank goodness. I waited till the sun came up and the rain died down to explore further. This is the highest water I’ve seen in 15 years of living in this neighborhood.
This has to be only one of the few times in it’s life this truck is actually “practical” …
God said to Noah There’s going to be a floody floody
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i live a few blocks away from work and I got to run home in the rain yesterday evening. I was thoroughly soaked when I got home. But it was quite fun, to be honest. I felt like a kid again.
I had my laptop with me at the time, though. It didn’t get wet but it did prevent me from dilly dallying in the rain.
Only Jay Lee can make a snapshot of his wife standing in a flooded street look like art.
That is a fabulous raincoat. Want.
With a husband named WOLF, if that coat goes missing, you’d better come looking for me. What a fab accessory!