On the way home it poured down rain. I couldn't even see and the streets were getting flooded so I pulled over and waited a while. When it seemed to be letting up I continued my drive. I was sure that my road would be washed out. After a mile or so it started to dry out and by the time I got home it was completely dry. I don't think I got any rain at all at my place. That's ok though because I have about 700 gallons of water now and I don't want my road to wash out.
Tomorrow I am headed back in to town to look at houses. I extended my search area and I have 6 homes to see. Hopefully these houses won't be as trashed as the ones I saw last week.
Good luck with the house-hunting. We looked at some that were in a terrible state before we found ours- it was the best of a bad bunch and still needed quite a lot of work but was in a good area.
Scarlet, did yours need a lot of work before you moved in? If I use all my money to get the house I would like to at least be able to move in with a functioning kitchen and water heater. I'm not going to have money for repairs for a few months.
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