Good Old Rainy Days

Moe, what happened to the Benz?

Chamber of Commerce president Moe Ammar, mounted in an electric car, rallied his troops under lowering clouds and the threat of high winds and rain that had already driven away a block’s worth of craft vendors’ booths on Lighthouse Avenue.

Most craft vendors reacted to a memo sent by Ammar Saturday that the county Office of Emergency Services predicted heavy rains and winds of 40 mph to 50 mph beginning at 5a.m. Sunday by folding their tents and stealing away in the night.

By 10 a.m., no storm had materialized.

God Rained Out

By noon, it was pouring.

Good Old Rainy Days

2 thoughts on “Good Old Rainy Days

  1. I slipped on a piece of steak outside Chase in the rain, dam near split my pants.
    Sunday was a bad day.

  2. Mommar said no storm for 14 years? I don’t believe it. Also the Chamber of Commerce leaves there double size tent right in the middle of Lighthouse Ave. all Sunday night, did it last year too.

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