|A lovely day to go out on the boat.|
|We were (obviously) near one of the Goodyear blimp hangars.|
|Hubs got a tug on his line. He said that it started about 100 yards back.|
|Lookie Loo! He caught it!|
|And because we're catch and release people, he dropped him right on back out in to the water.|
|Not too long after that, we had a few sprinkles. It was rather warm and humid, so some sprinkles were definitely welcome.|
|Hubs decided to tuck us up underneath some branches. He figured we could wait it out.|
|And it kept raining.|
|K, not an advertising billboard for Cabela's, is showing that she was going to sew. As you can see, the floatation device beside her was rather wet.|
|And because God has a sense of humor, He decided to poke Hubs in the side just a bit more and make it rain even harder. It was at this point that we had waited the rainstorm out for over an hour.|
|Fog started to rise!|
|But then, the rain stopped. For zero percent chance of rain, the storm lasted for an hour and 15 minutes. We were able to make it back to the car (despite the motor stopping momentarily) and the car-- it was dry.|
It's always an adventure. Sometimes it is more adventure than others. Hubs told me, "This is our vacation this year." I told him that this would make three very wet vacations in a row. He just laughed.
Have a great day!