Just venting here in CT. Can't ride the Duc. Can't go for a bicycle ride. Can't even finish my fence in the back yard. Enough already! Guess I'll go for a ride in my H1. (kidding, of course.)
News reports here in CT said that the north shore of Boston was to get 1' (one foot) of rain! Damn! (or maybe, dam.) Anyway, that's a lot of water.BlueST2 said:I'm living on the North Shore of Boston in Beverly (MA) which is right on the coast, and my wife and I just took a ride around town and the surrounding communities. "Theah's a whole lotta fluddin' goin' on around heah!" The pumps are all in overdrive to get the water out of the low-lying areas and basements and many of the streets are blocked off by the DPW or are just plain impassable. I have a feeling the flood insurance rates are going to increase quite a bit after all this. Stay dry everyone!
I was at the end of a fence project where I had put up a dozen 4"x4"x8' fence posts and about 250' of (60") 2"x4" box wire. Down to three more posts to go and it started raining. Haven't been able to do a thing for a week. This really, really sucks.Chris748s said:Still raining here in NE CT. No major flooding to report unlike last fall. Hopfully the rain stops I have yard work to do!!!!
I'm surprised you can still type. I think I'd be drunk in a corner somewhere. Almost makes me feel better about my own discontent.4valveduc said:I can't take it, this is ridiculous! not only the rain but i'm on vacation this week and taking care of my 1 year old. Help me!
I feel your pain! I've got a two year old who is just wildfire. I play Mr. Mom when the wife is working nights and the rain has not let up until today. The problem now is that most of the roads are detoured because of flooding and the potholes from the winter just got larger. So if I go missing, tell the authorities that I'm most likely at the bottom of a pothole!4valveduc said:I can't take it, this is ridiculous! not only the rain but i'm on vacation this week and taking care of my 1 year old. Help me!