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After a night of fun, Hurricane Isaias moved north and left our area. Landon inspects the yard and declares everything okay.
Like most hurricanes, Isaias had its own quirks. For us, the wind and rain were less of an issue, but the storm surge came in at the same time as high tide. Much of our coastal area—including our yard—flooded. The good part of storm surges is that they move away about as quickly as they arrive.
The humans spent yesterday morning cleaning up mud and salt grass while we did what we do best—nap. On the really good news front, we are back to receiving our full meals. Of course, we think we are owed some extra food as catch-up, but the humans question our logic. Sigh.
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