Thunderstorms Continue

By: lasvegasguy , 1:07 AM GMT on September 10, 2013

Seems we are still not done with the rain. July and August had quite a bit of rain (for us anyway) and September is following suit. As I'm sitting here typing away I can hear thunder and the constant drip of rainwater outside my window.

If this keeps up, I shudder to think of what spring will be like. The last time we had a lot of rain, the amount of weeds and other allergens that popped up were astronomical.

Not saying that we can't use the water, we can. Lake Mead is still very low and we do live in a desert. :)

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1. ycd0108
2:31 AM GMT on September 10, 2013
Evening lasvegasguy:
Tloml and I spent three nights (and an undefined amount of cash) in one of the hotels with a casino on the ground floor and fairy castle spires on the roof.
That was at least a year ago in the early spring so there was no problem with flooding nor daytime heat.
Quite comfy temps even when we got lost wandering around in the mid north of the strip one evening.
Once we picked up the rental car and got out to Red Canyon we saw what we were looking for though.
On the way to the Grand canyon south side we stopped at Boulder Dam - I hope the rains recently have helped the reservoir.
I doubt I'll ever spend another night on the "Strip" but you never know. Tloml had won the trip at a local business meeting so I figured I could lose a few bucks at the 7 card stud table.
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