Mary and I decided this morning that we're staying home for Memorial Day. I made a reservation back in November at one of our favorite spots at Pomona Lake. Oldest son and three grandsons were going to join us. But our campsite is under about three feet of water. Those of you in the Midwest are likely feeling our pain. For the others, the weatherman said last night we've received 17 inches of rain in 2019, which is about 10-12 inches above normal. There are several federal reservoirs in east and central Kansas. All of them are several feet above normal, including one that is 40-feet above normal pool. Pomona, where we were planning to go, is up 20-feet. We were officially notified a week ago of the cancellation but we saw it coming when we got all the rain the first part of May. I had been scrambling looking for an alternate site, but now the weather bimbo is talking about rain all this week and into the weekend. We're going to try and get some things done around the house this weekend. Hopefully, these May showers will give way to June sunshine so we can get back out there.