I was going through my files to find good cloud pictures when I came across these. You won’t see any clouds in them, but they were there.
Long enough ago that all these kids are out of high school, and some probably graduated college, we went on a team activity to a park just up the street from the school. The day was perfect as five teachers and 200 students walked through the neighborhood to get there.
We assembled the students under the pavilion to give directions on the activity when the clouds let loose and it started pouring.
But that didn’t stop the kids from enjoying the playground. We couldn’t have them to start on the activity, that would require them to be out in the rain and we didn’t want to do that. But at the same time, it they wanted to play in it, we couldn’t stop them.
Some of them discovered that the boxes we brought their lunches in made pretty good umbrellas.
At least until they got completely soaked.
While others had the fashion sense not to walk around with cardboard on their heads, and found a different way to stay dry.
As usual in Utah, the rain lasted about 20 minutes, then the skies cleared up and we still had time to finish the activity.