DANA POINT (CBS SF) — Should you touch it? Eat it? Run from it? The drought is so bad in California that some young children have never seen rain.

When 22-month-old Grayson of Dana Point saw rain for the first time this week, he had no idea what it was.

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He was so fascinated by the idea of water falling from the sky, he couldn’t resist opening his mouth to taste a few raindrops.

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His dad said this week’s rain was Grayson’s first experience ever in a real downpour.

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From the looks of the smile on Grayson’s face, he found the rain delightful.