02 May, 2010

Just A Quickie

Dateline Corozal - Here's a quick update on the rising waters. We went to our pool for a swim this afternoon, as we do most afternoons. I had left my camera upstairs in the house as I thought I was done taking shots for the day.

Little did I know that no, I wasn't done. There was one more to take. Dianna called me over to the canal-side of the deck to look at Lynn and Pete's property.

A quick glance was all it took to convince me I needed to run back upstairs and grab my camera once again. Here's the result.
Turning Squishy
Wow! quite a bit of water on it. I don't know if the water will rise much more, but I think with the tides and all, it probably will peak sometime this evening. The wind is supposed to go down a bit from a stated high of 22 knots down to about 10.8 knots for tomorrow. That's nice, but it will be increasing again on Tuesday.

Details at eleven... (well, maybe not. I couldn't stay awake that late).

2 comments:

  1. Wow, that is an incredible amount of water and it has not even been raining has it? Amazing that is the result of persistent winds. Never underestimate the power of a large body of water.

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  2. Hi Vivien,

    No rain to speak of since about a week ago, when we got a pretty good rainfall in the morning - naturally, while Doug and I were walking the girls. We sheltered at National Tire till Twyla came and rescued us.

    Big water goes where it wants to.

    Cheers,
    Dave

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