The rain continues to fall here at the Central American and Carribean Games in Puerto Rico.
The main arena is pretty much under water. Today the cross-country course walk-through for the Eventing competitors was canceled, because much of the course is inaccessible due to flooding. If you can’t ride an X-C course ON A HORSE, then it’s really, REALLY flooded.
Tomorrow the dressage starts. Fortunately, the ROC didn’t have enough money left to hire us to collect the dressage scores electronically, so keeping 5 laptops running out in a flooded arena isn’t my problem.
I also was unable to locate a video wall to rent locally, so I’m using 3 ALGE D-Line displays. That also proved to be a blessing in disguise, as the archway built by the ROC is keeping the D-Lines way up above the muck, and a portable video wall would no doubt be slowly sinking into the sand, well past the axles on the trailer.
Although you can’t see it from this angle, the whole structure is no longer quite level. One side is sinking into the muck a little faster than the other. Not too obvious, yet. All the trailers also are no longer level, as they are sinking at uneven rates, too.
Like the banners? My idea. I had them made by Speedy Graphics in Kahului. I thought they would be a nice touch. Lots of nice comments from the ROC about the banners.