So Long, Arlene

She came, she went. We hardly knew her.

All in my neck of the woods is safe. Still a little light rain off and on.

Some guys from San Diego traveled down here to surf the storm waves, but they might have had better luck if they stayed on the West Coast. Some reports say waves got as high as 20 feet in the Florida Panhandle, but most of the news I saw showed 10 foot waves at best.

We are only in the first few weeks of the official hurricane season, and it will last all summer, but if the first storm of the season is indicative of the rest of the season, I’ll breathe a sigh of relief at the end of the season.

I hope that any more tropical depressions that form and make their way into the Gulf of Mexico this year will all be as minimal as Miss Arlene.

She came. She went. Thank goodness.

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