Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Rain in the jungle
Sorry US. I know that so much of the US is struggling under oppressive heat right now. Our family in Oregon and Washington have told us that the temps today will reach 100 and higher. We've just gone thru that and now - wow, the rain is really hitting. I just checked the satellite and we're in the path of a huge front. Lots of lightning and thunder and RAIN. You haven't experienced rain until you've been soaked in the jungle. Actually, that's probably not true. Lots of places get intense rain, but right now, this is pretty intense. The consolation here is that it's still warm. Don't know how we'd handle it if it was cold. Temps here will still hover in the high 70's and 80's until the rain subsides. Our big old Bailey is afraid of the thunder and always stays close to us for reassurance. The pups are a little more blasé, altho' when the last big clap of thunder hit, we had all three in the house. We're so pleased with our little place as the veranda all the way around is a haven for the dogs and us and keeps the house from being pummeled by the weather. From the looks of the satellite, we can expect this to go on for quite some time as we're right in the middle of the path. We'll be curious about the river when we finally go down. Once again, we're so blessed to be us where we can enjoy the river, but don't have the flooding worry. Can't convince the Gringo's of that, but once you live here reality can hit. We're waiting right now for a break to let Bailey out. We don't wear boots, just Crocks to slog thru this. Weird!