Aside from the rain and the flooded streets, our move was uneventful. Lilly is an old pro at this sort of thing, and she's been at enough shows that she really could care less where she is. "Is there a hay bag in the stall? Oh, okay then!" She did have one minor freak out when I first walked her into the barn. It was pretty dark in there and I think she was having trouble adjusting her eyes to the darkness. She did the downward dog pose and stayed there for about 3 seconds trying to decide what the heck she was going to do with herself. Luckily I was able to talk her out of doing anything silly.
From then on, she was her normal, chill self, even though we couldn't hear ourselves think, thanks to the deluge of rain beating down on the barn roof. She never whinnied once and settled into her stall right away. None of the other horses whinnied at her either. They all just stood quietly snacking on hay. Everyone at the barn loves her and I think she's going to be very happy at her new place.
I did manage to snap one picture of her in the stall, but pictures of everything else will have to wait until there's sunshine... not sure when that'll be. Maybe next month.