Well, we made it through the night. We hit the shelter about 3 a.m. and left at 6 a.m. Susan called us about 5 a.m. It was storming in Atlanta, too! Now that we're safe, we're worried about everyone in Atlanta. They are going to have a night of wild weather which is when it is the worst because you can't see where it's coming from. Yazoo City just got hit, badly, but they haven't assessed the damage, yet.
We went for a walk twice between thunder storms this morning. We can't go on the trail, yet, because it's too muddy, and Nancy does't want to slip and slide!
The lady next door is very friendly. She travels with two little dogs; Tucker and Tillie. Then, there's another lady on the other side of her who travels in a Class C with her little dog. (why does everyone have little dogs?) We've met her, but Nancy didn't know she was traveling solo. We'll see more of her, today, and Nancy is going to tell her about the WAC group. That means I'll have to make friends with the other pups since maybe they'll belong to the "dog WACS".
Nancy will probably take some pictures, today. Right now, I want to get outside. I'm tired of staying in the trailer. See you later.
When we were walking this morning, we came across a huge puddle. I stopped and I looked up at Nancy and I knew she was thinking the same thing. Lizzie would have been in that puddle in a flash digging away--having so much fun, and I would have followed her. I didn't go in it. It's not the same without her. I sure hope there are lots of puddles where she and Rich are walking.
Well, it's afternoon, now, and we took another walk, and then sat outside. The wind is so strong that it dried everything up in no time. Nancy read her book, and a nice lady came by and told her to be at the club house at 5 p.m. for a pot luck supper. She said she only needed to bring a drink, but fortunately, Nancy had been to the grocery store, yesterday, and had an apple pie, some cold slaw and a lemon pepper chicken. She'll bring those over along with some silverware, etc.
I think she'll probably meet the other lady who is traveling solo. I think I'm going to have to stay in the trailer. I don't mind as long as I know Nancy's coming back. She'll take me for another walk on the trail before she goes, I'm sure, so I'm doing a happy dance. Nancy put a pot outside when we were going over to the shelter to see how much more it would rain. It was full when we came out.
She tried to get a picture of how blue the sky is, but her camera couldn't capture it--it was a dark blue!
Now, we just have to worry about our family and friends in Atlanta. We're hoping the bad weather will be finished before it gets to Georgia.
Oh, good, going for a walk on the trail. Yipee!!