Water Water Everywhere – September 04, 2019

One of my favorite type of challenges this time of year when I usually I am outside and away from any devices is photo challenges. Granny Shot It has this one called Water Water Everywhere.

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This is a hand cranked ferry bridge near the Mayan Ruins of Xunantonich in Belize.

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Our guide and three team members from left to right on the way to visit the ruins.

About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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6 Responses to Water Water Everywhere – September 04, 2019

  1. rothpoetry says:

    Hurricane Floyd came through NC in September of 2019 and left water water everywhere. It covered all Eastern North Carolina and left a giant mess as it receded. Looks like you had more fun with your water water everywhere scenario!

    • Joe Owens says:

      Actually i was part of the thousands of folks who descended into North Carolina from Virginia’s Baptist Disaster Relief team to help try to clean up some homes.

      • rothpoetry says:

        Thank you for your help! It was a long drawn out process to recover from that! I can’t imagine the recovery it will take in the Bahamas today!

      • Joe Owens says:

        I know. Their infrastructure is not as robust to begin with. I am thankful that Dorian is weakening, but Florence wasn’t that powerful on the Saffir-Simpson scale and it did so much damage. I have been unable to return to Washington, Pollocksville or any other locales with rebuild teams due to my limited vacation. I hope to do more when retired in a handful of years.

      • rothpoetry says:

        I also helped with the rebuilding in Princeville. It had nine feed of water across the town after the levy broke.

      • Joe Owens says:

        Our team worked in Chociwinity. Since we were new we got houses with less than two feet of water damage.

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