We survived the storm yesterday. By the time Bob came home from work at 10:30 pm, our "lake" had drained and he did not have to wade to the steps. For short periods, we had "lakefront" views. In fact our 5th wheel (5er) was an island in said "lake."
Today, we had more drenching downpours. Waterfalls flew off the sloped awnings at the RV park office. We felt sorry for the FedEx driver, people checking into the RV park who had to run through the rain, and the postal carrier. They looked miserable.
In addition to the heavy rains, the temperature was 90 with high humidity. Thank goodness for air conditioning.
By the time I returned to the 5er at 6:30 p.m., the water had receded so I did not have to get my feet wet. I was happy for that.
The good news is: the San Antonio area is receiving much-needed rainfall. In 2013, rainfall to date is 22"; normal year to date is 14.5". San Antonio is up 6.5" for the year.
Not much else to report.
Here's the fur-kids watching their favorite "reality entertainment."