It was a long weekend in Lakeland. The fuel system on the Pontiac had some issues to the point that we got about 85 miles from Miami and had to turn around and come home. We left the Pontiac at Bob’s house and took his car. Tropical Storm Nestor moved across Florida and brought heavy rains Friday night and Saturday morning so the show was moved lock, stock, and barrel into three covered public garages. By 11:00 a.m. the weather cleared and the rest of the day was beautiful. The photo was from later in the day when the clouds had cleared to the east but some more rain showers were moving in.
We left early Sunday morning (and a shorting-out fire alarm system at 4:30 a.m. didn’t help with a good night’s sleep, neither did walking down nine flights of stairs carrying our luggage because the elevators were locked out) and got home around 11:00 a.m.
I’m taking the Pontiac into the shop this morning, then catching up on some work once I get to school. So I’ll be back a little later to catch up on what’s been going on.