|Qualcomm Stadium where the Poinsettia Bowl is being played|
If you've seen the national news you've seen the rain that we've had here in California; I describe it as like having a snow storm in a place where they never get snow---yes, it never rains in Southern California! The drivers have no idea how to deal with it; and because it's such an infrequent occurrence (only 9 inches per year) we look at it as an anomaly. Dry creeks and rivers are swollen, parking lots flooded, and the people are actually driving around barriers into 4 feet of water--'tis the season.
Today I went to the beach, always a great place to see nature at work, and took a few snaps.
Still pretty windy; the beach is "closed" but there are still lots of surfers in the water.
I'll be back later with a few thoughts on Christmas.