I do not know why it is always feast or famine in my little part of the world. After months of a severe drought, we are getting heavy downpours daily. The worst kind is those that occur in the middle of the night, such as last night.
I suppose I should be happy as it has kept the people that drive out to the county (where it is legal) to pop fireworks to remain in their homes within the city limits. Only Thursday did I hear a few.
I took a day off from the computer yesterday and binged watched some of my favorite HGTV shows. How I wish there were people you could trust in Del Rio to make home repairs and minor remodeling jobs. Sadly, in all these years we have not found any...the same goes for Houston.
It was inevitable that the little blood suckers would sooner or later make their presence known and today I was bitten by those darn mosquitoes. I spent most of the morning dumping standing water but there are pools of water everywhere as the ground is saturated by all the recent rains.
We have 326 new Covid-19 cases bringing the active positive cases to 726. They are comprised of 140 children from 1 to 9 years of age. There are another 140 youngsters ages 10 to 19 years old. There is no one hospitalized locally. The numbers are down a bit from the last report. https://www.zocalo.com.mx/reportan-326-nuevos-contagios-de-covid/
When I drove to the lake last weekend I forgot to mention that the Marina is closed. I do not know the details as I had not been there in at least a year.
There was only one boat that remains anchored at this facility...
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.