Friday, January 22, 2010

Five feet high and rising

Still raining but on the bright side the tornado warnings have expired. Arizona doesn't see many tornadoes fortunately, in fact they are quite rare, but with the El Nino inspired weather that has hit CA and our state anything is possible. We have received over half the rainfall that the sate normally gets in the past couple of days and the storms are prognosticated to continue through the weekend. This reallyput a damper (pun intended) on our trip to Tucson thsi weekend. Casa Grande, a town midway between here and Tucson is seeing flooding as I type this - the freeway interchange at that spot is a mess on the best of days, so this will just add to the log job encountered when trying to get past that city (using the term loosely) and on to Tucson.

Five foot high and rising

Bird deflector before complete destruction

Austrella inspecting bird deflector


At 11:54 AM, Blogger boneman said...

I remember the warnings from parents on flash floods while in Texas.
Still, the last tool you'de ever expect to need in your neck of the woods would be a canoe.

I'de say "stay dry" except for two things,
#1 duh...of course you will. Too old to go play in the puddles. (maybe)
#2 by the time you read this, the water's probably gone...

At 4:16 PM, Blogger Little Lamb said...


At 7:46 PM, Blogger Front Porch Society said...

Awww.....I have a Siberian Husky, as well! :) Her name is Kira and she will be 3 yrs old this May. She's red & white with the blue eyes. LOVE her to death! :)

Aren't Huskies the greatest dogs ever!?!

At 8:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm guessing
umbrellas are going
at a premium price about now

wacky weather everywhere


At 1:54 PM, Blogger boneman said...

over at Bog's is a gal called Frau Farmer.
Good chow pictured as she photographs all her learning experiments (win or lose) and most set me to being hungry!

At 5:05 PM, Blogger Ruela said...




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