Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
It is simply amazing how quickly the landscape can change when the rains fall!
Rain, rain, rain...that's something those of us on Vancouver Island know all about! I hope you're staying warm and dry by the fire with some of your spiced tea!
it has been many years since I have seen water running like this, a true flood. hope it has slowed down for you now.
We're starting to see some accumulation of snow here on the Plateau, but we're not expecting anything significant. It's a great day for a fire in the fireplace and to stay inside. Jim
We too have had TONS of rain... I think it rained ALL night last night.... BUT--today we got snow... We only got about an inch --but it was pretty (the kind that clings to everything)... I put some pictures on Facebook this afternoon... (Do you do FB?)Great pictures... The creeks are definitely FULL.Hugs,Betsy
Oh my, yes we're having that deluge up here too Jo. I should have gone shopping today but decided to wait one more day ;)
Its the same weather here. I to can smell winter in the air and our creeks and rivers are over flowing ! Wonderful photos ! Have a lovely evening !
I am in central KY and we have had the same weather. A couple of new ponds on the farmette :)
Same here, raining everyday ... can't remember since when ! be safe ...
My shortcut home involves crossing a creek. I've been driving the little car all week and had to take the long way the other night.
Hope the flooding doesn't become destructive to life and property! Photos are excellent of the rushing water!
You will have beautiful flowers in the Spring.
It has been raining so much in Oregon and now the temps dropped to 23.Now we have ice!Stay safe!lovetweedles
Great photoof the creek.
Bless you. I hope the creeks and rivers will hold all of he rain this year.
This is Thursday and it sounds like your going to get snow now. Be careful out there.
I guess one advantage of Tennessee over England is that the winter days are a great deal shorter. The difference in this regard between the Gulf Coast--near which I lived most of my life--and Oregon--where I now live--is downright depressing.
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