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Those clouds weren't kidding

2020-06-04 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
The morning was perfectly sunny so I was confident of having time for a walk before the weather changed. I was wrong. On the far side of the Public Square I looked up to see dark clouds coming together blocking the sun and took this picture. It occurred to me I'd better stop window shopping in the consignment store and move along. By the time I crossed Campbellsville Street, the barber stepped out of his shop to check the sky and advised me I'd better rush. I felt some light sprinkles. At the corner by the Fed Ex drop, huge raindrops started falling. I raced across Greensburg Street and found protection under the awnings by the fountain only after getting well soaked. The rainclouds moved on as quickly as they'd arrived so I could walk the four or five blocks home and get dry. The cats, comfortably dry on their back porch shelves, said they could have told me so. - LW

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