That's not University, but it gives you a flavor for what the water was like. Actually parts of University were deeper, and there were a lot of cars stalled out. After driving around, looking for a better way to get home, we were forced to turn onto a really flooded street. We were doing fine until the car in front of us stopped! It was a Volvo baby SUV/ station wagon thing, so I don't think it stalled out. The guy just stopped. To try to turn left? I don't know. I honked. Nothing. People started going around me on the right where the water was really deep. We could hear sloshing all around the car. Finally I was able to get around them. The car didn't stall and the drive was all uphill from there.
It was really something. People were standing around on the streets watching the mayhem. We saw some people carrying a raft but not actually floating in it. Anyway, we've had a dry night so hopefully my trip to the gym this morning will be uneventful.
I did end up running yesterday. My 1mi-2mi-1mi at a little slower than 10k pace were a little slower than I'd have liked (8:12, 8:07, 8:04), but at least I had a negative split despite having to dodge humans, geese, and goose poop during the last interval.
Here's to a dry Tuesday!