PORT ST. JOE, Fla. -- When front yards turn into swimming pools, and the rain just won't let up, what's left to do, but go fishing? At least that's what the Sullens say.
"I was hoping it would blow over after a little while, but we're going to gut it out," said Wade Sullens.
The Sullens came down to the panhandle from north Georgia hoping for some Florida sunshine, but instead they got Debby.
"Did Debby ruin your vacation," Action News asked.
"Absolutely," said Mike Sullens, "Last two days, it has been coming down like cats and dogs."
Rainfall totals continue to surge as storm debris continues to pile up.
The Florida panhandle is in a waiting game. And the folks in Port St. Joe are making the most of a stormy situation.
"We're going to wait for this to break. Hopefully, it'll be out of here in a day or two and we'll be on the beach having a good time," Sullens said.