Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Before and After Frankenstorm



The storm is over, and we are safe and feel very lucky.

We weathered through the long high wind storm without any major problems. Miraculously, my neighborhood has power despite power failures in almost all neighborhoods for miles around. Traffic lights are out  and most stores are closed in all of the neighboring towns!. Most of our friends do not have power, the schools and most people's place of employment still  lack power as of Thursday!

The Sprint Towers are out , so we do not have cell phone power.

Other than that, we only lost a tree, which is minor compared to what happened to some  of our neighbors.

A part of our tree split and broke off and will require some major clean up, but many of our neighbor's trees ripped out of the roots and dug up the entire area of their yard. Scary!!

                          
                               
My neighbor's tree!!Scary, missed the house


Our tree split down the middle and fell

another scary one..




Just for the fun of it, I took a picture of my neighbor's tree before the storm , then I took a picture this morning after the storm. It is still in one piece, but most of the leaves are gone overnight!
My neighbor's Tree Before Frankenstorm


Same  Tree After Frankenstorm
I know that many people have not been as lucky. Many are without power, some are flooded, many in deep snow..
Our thoughts are with you, and we pray for your safety and that all will be well soon.!

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9 comments:

  1. Glad you are ok and have power!

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  2. Hi Judee, I survived Frankenstorm and my development was really spared. Lost power at 9:45 PM last night but back on 6 AM. Phones are out but small price compared to some. Prayers going out to all. xo

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  3. Glad to hear you're safe. We've been praying for everyone in the path of the storm!

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  4. Very glad to know you are safe and have power. Sorry about the loss of your tree, glad all else is intact!

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  5. So glad to hear that you and your family are safe. Thank god all that was damaged was your tree.

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  6. So glad to know you are fine after this terroble event!

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