We started early making the food bags to take down to the tent city. It has been raining some here but not to bad. Heard Port au Prince was getting hammered. We left around noon headed back over the mountains and towards Cayes to get tarps and food to the tent city we are trying to work with. What we did not know was it had been raining several days very hard and the Cavallion, Cayes area was flooding out. As we got to the south coast and started heading west the rain picked up like nothing I’ve ever seen. The lightening was just as bad. I started noticing the roads and fields were beginning to hold water. The further we went the worse it got. We had already crossed several swollen rivers so we were kinda at a point of no return. We got to the camp set up distribution and got out of there quick as we could. After about 10 minutes the people turned into land sharks and bull rushed us. We dropped and pulled out quick. Heading back the flooding was peak and it’s only by the grace of God we didn’t get washed away. We passed our last hurdle only be be stopped dead in our tracks by a massive mudslide. Bummer, after assessing the situation we realized we ain’t making it home tonight. Us and about 50 other cars were stuck till from 6:00 to 4:00 AM. Finally about 2:00 AM two front loaders showed up and made a path. We made it back around 4:30AM. Praise God from whom all blessings flow.