|First we stopped into Ann and Taz's new shop upstairs from Dinghy Dock|
|The stock is just beginning to grow but if this is the preview, we have a fun new place to purchase gifts of many piractical styles and more.|
|Sue has been waiting to eat lechon for about four years. It was her lucky day at El Batey!|
|Across the street, the first white out squall came in.|
|We made our way back to Dinghy Dock and hung out on Arte Fango's deck awhile, while the storm ramped up.|
Sue took this little video from Arte Fango's deck. She likened the water sluicing across the water to snow on a frozen lake. I guess you have to be from a place where that happens...regardless, it was powerful. Very powerful.
|Squall after squall came in, obscuring our view through sheets of water from the sky|
|The runoff from the Terruno project became more obvious with every passing moment.|
|I'm not sure how Kelli could look more adorable, but I'm sure she will. Rain boots? She's got 'em!|
For friends whose homes and businesses flooded, it looks like you have a day of weak sunshine to mop up and dry out. For friends that were on charter boat trips, I'm glad you have a few more days to enjoy our beautiful islands in the sun.
Have a torrent of tranquillo! Do something tame.