Too Much Rain again

My 100th post for this blog. I only posted 57 times when I started the Pierce genealogy so I'm amazed that these 100 posts came about so quickly.


These photos were in a local paper – The Tallahassee Democrat – and show some of the devastation in Madison County , east of the county we live in.

The sign reads Road Closed


And many of the roads are washed out


Mail boxes



You see the top of the stop sign.......



Thankfully it is not this bad where we live but today we were under tornado warning - not a watch but a warning - and the skies were just black. Scary.

This past Saturday and Sunday we had a few days without rain and it was incredibly beautiful. Bright clear blue skies…we sat outside with the dogs for a while and just enjoyed the warmth. Now the rain is back. Hopefully it will clear by the end of the week when vacation starts. And we’ll head west…………

6 comments:

Donna-FFW said...

Wow, I dont think Ive ever seen that much rain! Congrats on your 100th post. Here's(glass clinking to yours) to 100 more:)

Wandering Coyote said...

Oooh, how west is west?

Congrats on your 100th post - very cool!

We had really nice spring weather today, for once. I hope the tornadoes don't materialize!

Joie de vivre said...

That is amazing and scary!

Congratulations on your 100th post! You're going to catch up to me soon! :)

Le laquet said...

100 posts - woo hoo! Major mile post #1 I suspect posts come along easier these days for me because I constantly mention/photograph food - you too?

Wow, that's some rain! I hope the tornado promise doesn't happen.

Van Santos said...

Congrats on 100, but make sure you don't get washed away!

Pierce said...

Thanks everyone! 100 posts did get here quickly.

It did rain again but it's all receding in our area. The photos I posted are from a bit east of Tallahassee -where we work. It can't just lightly rain here for some reason - it's always a torrential downpour!

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