Mr B does not like this stuff.

Funny thing about disasters. Yes Odd and Funny ha ha BTW. They can actually be very photogenic. They capture emotion, and things we can only imagine in our dark thoughts. The good news is the day after is always beautiful. Not sure how that works? Maybe it’s natures way of feeling guilty. Ya! Sure.

How it looked at 7AM

My Reedville Reeboks.

Mr B and the sun

Dang! I sure love me some great light..

The lawn mower is clean now. May rust out. But clean

See the dark gravel in front of the truck? Thats how far the water came up

Floated the compressor over. YIKES

Clean floor, and the trailer spare? Wait?

Power on..

Around 8AM.. High tide.. Good news

Wooowoooowooooowoooooo!

My CNN photo.. Looks like a disaster. Hey.. Clicks = something?

Here is a short video of this shot.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by WoodyBoater (@woodyboater)

That black line is the water height. And yes I will be dating the lines inside. Flood of 2021

It’s okay Mr B..

Backing out at lunch. Mulch in, borders up. And already starting the process of a deck on the office.

Thanks for cracking me up yesterday in the comment section. The jokes helped. As you know I see humor in everything. It’s just stuff. Now clean stuff. We all do care, but all you can do is laugh and stick your head down and move on.

« « Previous Post         |         Next Post » »
11 Responses to “Less Water, Drying Out At HQ”
  1. Wayne

    Now you know why I picked the highest part of the property for my parking spot! It’s also the only “reserved “ parking in town. Gotta give a shout out to Matt for making the sign. Who else has a sign post made of 4×4 black walnut?

    Reply
  2. Greg Lewandowski

    Is the high tide over for now? I hope so and know that the clean up will be a massive task. Keep that positive attitude my friend!

    Reply
  3. Syd

    We had a little rain up in the Finger Lakes region also. Good luck with your clean up and fresh water rinsing. Ok I guess the joys of electronics want me to wait on adding pictures. Hopefully I get that worked out

    Reply
  4. Gene Porter

    Key questions: How much higher than predicted was this high tide? What drove the abnormal height? The storm that became the Cape Cod Nor’easter a day or two later? How often has the water gotten this high in Reedville?

    Also, very nice photography, but your use of instantgram shuts out a lot of fans who fault Zuckerberg for many of the Nation’s ills

    Reply
  5. Duster

    Argghhh Matt. What a mess. Is this an historical regular thing? All that salty water getting into your equipment is a nightmare. I hope you get back to normal soon and that you’re able to get it all washed down.

    Reply
  6. floyd r turbo

    Wondering what your cleanup process is? Just hose down with fresh water and set up fans to dry or just let natural sun air/wind do its best?

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *