Perks of Living at Home, Part One

Hurricane Sandy swept through New Hampshire yesterday (and some of today), downing branches, bending road signs, closing streets, and stealing electricity. Thankfully, we have very little damage compared to everywhere else, and my prayers are going out for all my neighboring states. The pictures on the news are rather sobering. Here, to my family, the hurricane was somewhat of an adventure. We were amply prepared for loss of power (in fact, we sometimes seem to welcome it; we all DO love camping), both physically and mentally. All we got was three hours yesterday and a long blink today. After seeing the news from NY, NJ, NC, CT, and MA, though, I was grateful for our short stint. Here’s a shot I tried to get after our little hurricane walk…

2 responses to “Perks of Living at Home, Part One”

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    The power of that storm was sobering and scary. NH was lucky to have missed its wrath. Amazing…the impact of global warming.

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    The power of that storm was sobering and scary. NH was lucky to have missed its wrath. Amazing…the impact of global warming.

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