Where the downspout from my room runs down, it goes into a circular receptacle that is connected to the city's wastewater drain. It is not fastened in, and in the large amount of rain we got today the water started overflowing from the sides. I am wondering if I can caulk this, so that the water will no longer splash out, or if there is a better way to deal with this problem?
I have a pair of Grenson suede chukkas and I think that they are very good. I prefer them to my AE's, but don't think they're as good as Carminas. I don't remember what I paid, but it wasn't a lot and I would buy another pair at $300 or so.