And all the while, there is a torrential rain storm outside. The river is muddy brown and rising fast. I think we're getting our first taste of what Nacho and Roberto were warning us about. Hopefully, the rain will subside soon and the rivers will calm down by tomorrow. It's a bit unnerving, but we keep reminding ourselves that this place has been standing for over two decades. Surely, this is no different from what they experience every year. Right? I'm wondering what the little river at the bottom of the hill will be like tomorrow. We have to drive through it as the bridge is down. That adventure will be for tomorrow. I've had enough for one day.
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