Monday, March 29, 2010

Rain,rain and more rain

Yuckey, that's the best word to describe this weather. It started to rain again last night and it's predicted to continue for another 2-3 days. When all is said and done we may get up to another 6 inches of rain. I have no idea where it is going to go as the Concord and Assabet rivers crested over the last few weeks flooding roads, basements and stores. The gallery I work at closed for a week and a half. My friend said she saw boys canoeing down a street in Lincoln. The wind on the Cape was so severe it blew the shingles off a segment of our roof. Here are some photos. The bridge from the boatyard in Concord with the water above the arches is two weeks ago and the other is one week ago. The flooded road to Nashawtic and the house by the bridge on Monument are both two weeks ago. The roof is the roof.... The other night Paul said " This is the grossest March ever! " For some reason I just cracked up laughing. What the hell else are you going to do?


  1. haha thats the spirit ma, just laugh, "what the hell else are you going to do?"

  2. John and I keep wondering "who is building the ark?"

  3. Well, that was me, Nancy, not Jeremy––god only knows where HE came from, which is why I don't do this. . .nice blog though

  4. Thanks for the weather report! Quickwrite assignment: water moves. Ten minutes. Go.
    Canoeing on streets in Lincoln! Fun! It's kind of like laughing, isn't it?

  5. four comments, your fan base is building!
    what else can we write about than rain? I'm stalled in the blog department. But the woodstove is nice, E home for two more days,
    easter and a trip to Connecticut in the offing.
    Happy April!