Monday, January 18, 2010


Don't get to see this kind of stuff on our radar very often. Even during El Nino, when it rained for almost two weeks straight, I don't think it was as bad as this. It's also really windy, which actually worries me more than the rain. It's supposed to go until Friday.

Honestly, we need the rain, but our already taxed infrastructure has me worried. It doesn't take much to start the dominos, but it's hard to stop them once they've started, and it's damn hard to get them set back up again.

I'll just hope for the best and drive carefully.

I'll probably rotate out the water storage. Maybe get the pantry back up to full capacity too.


DirtCrashr said...

We're getting a good share up here too. The Sierra resorts should be happy and hopefully the snow-pack will remain think and juicy. The Delta will just have to hope the levees hold...

Teko said...

Yeah, took me hours to get home today, literally every freeway on the way home had some kind of accident. except for a short stretch of the 57. I'm sure that accident was behind me when I got on.