Well. That was underwhelming.
Hurricane Juan hits us as easily as a Harlem Globetrotter lobbing a basketball into a flock of sleeping pigeons. We count on it subsiding into the nice kind of tropical storm we’re used to but no.
So this time, as Noel scuds up the
It’s no small deal to have 170,000 people lose power – especially if you’re one of them and it’s two days later. Crews are in from
When we’ll all be effectively reminded that Mother (Nature, that is), at any moment, can fling us back two centuries.
The winds were fierce. Up to 180K in
Personally, I woke up Sunday morning to flashing digital clocks – and the sudden understanding that dried apricots and almonds (I just had to have a few) are about as effective as peanuts and prunes.
But really, nothing to see here, folks. And hence, no material.
Perhaps I should try another date if I’m seeking disaster material.