I live near Binghamton, NY, which has had record precipitation this year. This past winter, the area got more snowfall than Syracuse, the major city with the greatest average snowfall in the US. I posted pictures of a snowfall. But the precipitation hasn't stopped in warm weather. We're on our way to setting a rainfall record as well. Last Tuesday, I happened to be in a spot where I could get a good long look at the main local river, the Susquehanna.
Yesterday we started driving to North Carolina for the weekend. We decided to split the trip and stopped at my mother's in Virginia last night. This morning I took a few photos, two of which I'll show you. The first is just black-eyed susans next to the woods
On our way out to the highway, my mother and her husband took us to breakfast in Front Royal. While there, I saw the most unusual Tudor-style building I've ever seen:
We arrived in Greensboro in mid-afternoon. I was dropping my wife off at the hotel front door and was about to go park the minivan, when I was startled by how vividly the clouds were reflected in the driver's side window.
That's all I have for tonight.