Home   All Posts   Raining Mud

Raining Mud

Perhaps you heard about it on the news? During the tornado threat while we were in Stockton, Texas had a huge wind storm that sucked up millions of tons of dirt. So much that it was visible by satelite and they showed it on TV. Apprently it is a rare occurance.

All those tons of dirt had to come back down somewhere. Those turbulent thunderstorms that came through brought that dirt back to earth in each rain drop. It literally looked like everyone in town had just gone four-wheeling in the mud. The car wash in town made a killing that day!

So here’s a picture of that rare natural phenominon we thought you’d enjoy!

One comment

  1. I hope you write a book about your trip. I can’t wait to read it.

    Our pryers to a loving God go out for all the human, animal and sealife, that will be effected for years by the historical crisis with the nuclear meltdown caused by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

    Your picture reminded me that the Pacific and everything in it will be exposed to the radiation carried by the wind.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *