The days at No Facilities with a blog post, that is – yes, I know. The “six” happened because #WATWB was Friday, and I wanted to re-blog Teagan’s opening episode. In my defense, Friday’s story about the two remarkable young women was my most popular #WATWB post ever, and Teagan’s prologue and Episode-One post really shouldn’t be missed because Episode-2 could go sideways. I’m not sure that came out right…I hope Teagan understands.
That said, the defense rests. And I’m going to let you rest. Today (Sunday) is Pascha (Orthodox Christian Easter) and we’re celebrating it and Easter together, since they were only one week apart this year. Accordingly, I’m taking the day off from writing.
The gallery includes photos taken this weekend, in and after the rain.
The Farmington River is well over its bank as it nears the CT River.
The AMTRAK Northeast Corridor Shuttle.
Great River Park is down there somewhere. All the trees are normally about 8′ (2.4m) above the river.
Great River Park is still flooded.
The sun is rising over the levee.
I love how the light seems to be trailing behind the duck, like he’s pulling it out of the bright spot.
I like the light reflecting off the ripples.
It looks like it’s going to clear up today.
The wind is blowing pretty hard. There are ripples on the water.
That woman! I tried telling Maddie that she’s outside her apartment and in her yard. Maddie’s response, “grrrrrrrrrr”
The park is wet. We didn’t try going behind the ball fields.
These people rarely pick up their paper before Maddie and I take our walk.
The rain is done, for a while, so Maddie and I scooted out.
Our forsythia is about to turn completely green.
Looking down the utility access road near Maddie’s park.
Late night train at the crossing.
Maddie’s happy day!
“Are you guys leaving soon? I’d like to get back to sleep.”