|The Deck North Wall Going Up|
|It Changes Minute by Minute|
|Forms Up to Pour South Wall Footing|
|Presto Chango It's Full|
|Pump House Doorway|
|South Deck Wall Growing Fast Too|
|Pump House Wall Definitely Growing|
If Saturday was a day of drizzle and gray, Sunday was even worse. Rain all morning, either drizzle or fairly hard rain. Thunder, off in the distance completed the picture. It was one of those days that made you just feel like napping all day.
A good thing, the thermometer went down to 75 (f), but the humidity for most of the morning was hovering up around eighty-five to almost ninety-percent.
The rest of the day was gray, just like at least parts of the previous two weeks days. One of the reasons we don't live in the Northwest (Olympia, WA) anymore. We couldn't stand the nine months of water torture. Today has been a good reminder of that. We're hoping Monday may see an improvement.
Related to that, we are keeping a sharp eye on that disturbance coming due west from Africa. Invest 97L is tracking West, Northwest, by West, right now, just grazing Venezuela. It could be named Matthew before too long. It looks like it has us in its sights. And there might be another one right behind it. We'll see. Sleep light.