It’s November plus that means it’s time for the rainy season in my area.
While the two of us get rain showers throughout the year at random intervals, late Summer is our regular rainy season for day showers on a near annually basis. It’s nice if you have a lot of plants outside that need to be watered correctly plus you don’t want to be forced to water them all by hand. However, rain can be problematic for a lot of the riverside villages around here because of the rampant flooding during heavy rainfall. My sibling has a apartment along the edge of the river plus she had her apartment built on stilts with the carport underneath. She never worries about water destruction done to her house, just the vehicles plus anything stored in the carport. Her neighbors on the other hand are always dealing with troubling water destruction plus it can get severely fancy when it happens many times. I have an issue with leaving scarce items outside in the rain, such as my parents’ tools when I was a young child. I wish I had l earned my lesson, although I didn’t. Recently I left a bunch of brand modern rebar wire rods in the rain for multiple full mornings when I left for a work trip. I had no plan that anything was wrong until I returned plus saw the oranged coated rebar rods sitting in my side yard. Since it’s a cheap black bar steel rebar, they’re not corrosion resistant enjoy stainless steel or galvanized rebar. Galvanized rebar has a zinc coating to protect against rust plus corrosion brought on by moisture exposure.