In the last 6 days: 19.3" of rain. , - 19.3 - please, please, please, please............just friggin stop.
That really sucks. I hate rain, I would rather have snow.
07 Specialized Crossroads Sport
90's Specialized Allez
85 Raleigh Sportif Touring
Don't ask for it to stop, ask for it to move North! We desperately need rain.
When it rains, the rivers rise. When the rivers rise, the water gets WHITE
I'm just sayin
get a stationary bike, that way you can continue to train when it rains.
My dad has been at Mayo in Jax for tests the last week and a half, he said he feels like he needs to grow gills to go from the hospital to the car each day.
Wow, ok, Dad at Mayo, hope everything is ok. Yea, my route that I was planning to ride on Saturday is under a foot of water. It could be worse though, I could have a half a mountain slide away and take my house with it like in San Diego.
A guy I work with just bought a little boat thingy that you pedal.........
I hate cars,
Sorry to hear that. We've had a really dry summer this year.
Well it just gets better, my son comes in and said you might want to come see this, never a good thing coming from a teenager. Well doggy, seems I have a Leaking Roof . Guess what I will be doing tomorrow, probably in the rain,
As for the rain, though, 19 inches is what we get in Reno in three normal years. And I'd much rather have rain than snow, because it doesn't have to be shoveled, doesn't pile up on my roof and doesn't pack down in the street and make all the 4WD morons think they're God.
So go ride in the rain?
In six days, you've had 1.5 times as much precipitation as we normally get in a year.
Life is good.
Old joke: The stranger is out in West Texas and asks the old cowboy, "So what's it like to get 11 inches of rain a year?" The cowboy says, "Not bad, except on the day we get it."
Well, you get 52.64 inches average a year there......
Could be worse, where my brother lives, in Cebu, in the Philippines, it's a bit over 86" a year, average
"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals." - Immanuel Kant
Henderson Lake, British Columbia is pretty wet too. Annual precipitation is 6,655 millimetres a year or 262 inches a year.
Life is good.
Please, please, God... send some of it to us. We want nice olives and fruit and no more fires...
I could use a day or two off from cycling, too.