According to the American Samoa National Park website, we receive 150-300 inches of rain per year. I don’t think this is much of an exaggeration for this year so far. We are currently in the “rainy season” more commonly known as the “rainy-er season”.
In a competition between the Beast, aka my old Ford Ranger, and the rain forming puddle aka the Lake, the Beast always wins. Probably has something to do with the “skilled” hands guiding the beast, right??