I woke up a couple of times during the night and could hear the rain coming down. The rain gauge out on the porch says we've now had 3" of rain since yesterday morning. That's a lot of water. The park is pretty waterlogged!
With that much rain, the road in and out of the park is pretty much accessable by 4 wheel drive only. I'm supposed to go to a meeting tonight, but I doubt that the little blue car would make it up the hill!
Today is Amazon Prime Day. Sort of like Black Friday on steroids. The one day of the year when Amazon treats it's "Prime" members to all kinds of dirt cheap deals.
Some interesting statistics out a couple of months ago say that an estimated 50% of all U.S. households are now Amazon Prime members. That's amazing, and almost hard to believe. And 70% of all households earning over $112k per year.
But, I have to admit that if we were a normal family living in the U.S., we would probably belong to Amazon Prime as well.
Look at some of the ridiculously cheap deals out today ...
The popular "Instant Pot" presure cooker
Coleman Portable Road Trip Camping Grill
GoPro Hero Session Bundle Pack
And even Canada gets in on the action. However, it's hard to justify being a Prime member on Amazon.ca here in Canada. It's $80 to join, and really the only benefit you get is free two day shipping, and even then only on "Prime eligible" products. Of course it does also enable you to take part in Prime day deals, and there really are some deals if you can justify being a Prime member for a year.
Check out this laptop deal for Canadians...
ASUS D550MAV-DB01(S) 15.6" Intel Dual-Core 2.16GHz Laptop, 500 GB & 4GB RAM