Another Rainy Day? Must Be Hu-Dad’s Fault

After two whole days of beautiful weather, we have suffered through yet another rainy day – and we know that it must be Hu-Dad’s fault.

Sigh. Another rainy day.

Sigh. Another rainy day.

Sunday and Monday were near perfect fall mountain weather – sunny, cool, and pleasant. Yesterday, however, dawned with cloudy skies and stiff breezes. By the afternoon, a series of thunderstorms rolled across the mountain tops and hammered us with heavy rains, stiff winds, and lots of lightning and thunder. We were not happy with the turn in weather and needed someone to blame. Who do you think we chose?

All your fault, Hu-Dad

All your fault, Hu-Dad

3 Comments

  1. Dennis the Vizsla on September 10, 2017 at 8:31 pm

    hello thundering herd its dennis the vizsla dog hay sheesh hyoomans!!! grayt big brayns and they stil kant stop it frum raining!!! ok bye

  2. KJ Pierson on September 6, 2017 at 11:54 am

    Alternate Title of Article>
    My hair is frizzy, it is YOUR fault – signed Kiska

  3. Hokie Pack on September 6, 2017 at 6:30 am

    What a great picture of Ty!

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