A hurricane came up from Mexico, and while it rained in both San Diego and Los Angeles, it absolutely poured in the Morongo Basin. Even the old timers were impressed. All that water flows off the mountains and flash floods the valleys. Highway 62 was closed, cars, sidewalks and yards were washed away. Worst hit was Joshua Tree Village, which is low.
We didn’t have much damage except for a roof leak, which turns into another thing that has to be fixed.
Our handy guy's truck.
Insulation, which basically sucked, is now wet and has to be taken out. Sigh.
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Anna does most of the writing. Ted does most of the photos. But sometimes we switch. We are repairing a distressed property in 29 Palms, California, and eventually hope to run an artist residency there.