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    What to do after all the rain??

    Me and the Dubster having fun after all the rain we've had here in Fl. Just a back road we like to take that normally is smooth and dusty. As you can see mother nature had to spice things up a bit!!! Not that I'm complaining



    I got a little wet
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    Very nice!

    I love splashing through the puddles after the rain. It's so much fun.
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    I can say it was a wee bit deeper than expected. I tried to stay off to the side but I swear my Flash just kept pulling off to the center ... the daredevil she is ... I just kept her steady and held on!!

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    Great pic!!

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    What, no alligator pix?
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    I see the draining of the Everglades is not going so well.

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    I guess wearing a scuba suit is more appropriate than normal rain gear in these photo's. Giggle! Somebody was having fun!
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