It’s been raining a lot in Florida the last few weeks, and this is supposed to be the dry season. By the time this post shows up, we will have gotten still more rain. Although the flooding is not good, we always need the rain to fill up the aquifer. A serious drought in Florida would be devastating.
The canal behind my house is rather wide as canals go, but these days, it looks more like a river. There were actual waves on it the other day, and it slapped against the cement wall, sounding exactly like when water moves against a dock.
It’s the widest I’ve ever seen it, and certainly the highest. I took these pics facing first north, then south.
R is in the process of moving into the lake house, and he’s been trailering things over from the old place. One of the first things to make the trip was his dragon, which is currently quite wet. There’s still plenty of backyard left, and I’ve heard the houses on the lake have never been flooded, but there’s always a first time.
Another photo of the lake.
R and I were sitting in the lanai, and Princess Suki perched on a pillow, staring out through the screen, looking pensive and cute. Loved this pic so much, I made it my wallpaper.
Have a great weekend!