Tuesday, April 26, 2011

A Quick Check In

Cincinnatians consume more than two million po...Image via WikipediaI realize it's been a while since I've put up a post, but we've been doing a whole lot of nothing other than watching the rain. Well, that and moving from Missouri to Ohio last week, dodging tornadoes and hail storms and of course the never-ending rain.

We'll be getting in some doctor and dental check ups while we're back in our home town, visiting friends and family and gorging ourselves at our favorite local restaurants. Things like Frisch's Big Boys, Skyline Chili and Marion's pizza. This is one of Patches' favorite campgrounds for taking walks but currently we only make short forays between downpours, trying to find areas to walk that aren't soggy and boggy. And that ain't easy at the moment. Denny and I intentionally picked a site that's cantilevered on a hillside away from the tall trees (tornadoes and falling over when the root system gets super saturated with all this rain) and near a concrete block bathhouse (again with the tornadoes) and so far the site has been draining fairly well. Apparently we have three more days of thunderstorms to suffer through before we hit some sunshine. I'm beginning to feel a bit mildewed.

Updates will probably continue to be few and far between for the next couple of weeks. See ya on the flip side!

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Linda in New Mexico said...

Have a super visit with friends, family and favorite foods. Get yourselves checked under the hood and then....yum the food sounds wonderful.
ENJOY, you deserve it with all the weather related, mechanical crapeeee you've had to deal with.
Vert word biblit. I hope you remember to wear a biblit when eating that chili.

Arkansas Patti said...

Talked to my brother in Ohio this AM and yep, it is super wet there.
Hope you get some dry days ahead before you have to bathe in clorox.

SkippyMom said...

Excuse me, but what in the heck is that? I mean, yeah - cheese! for the win! but uh.....

Sorry the weather sucks for you, but sounds like you are situated well, and glad you are closer to a tornado type shelter.

It will be good to be home. :)

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