January 17, 2022
We survived the storm last night!! The power flickered a few times, but it never totally went off, and a few tree branches came down but nothing major. We lost Wi-Fi for about an hour or so, but we can do without that. I was working on WordPress when the Wi-Fi went out, but that’s ok. I’m here now and we’re all safe and sound.
The above images are ones I took last night, around the time the snow turned over to ice. The first image is of ice on the elm tree; the second image is of rescue equipment in the parking lot below my house – apparently the power flickering on and off caused the alarms in the building to go off, alerting the police/rescue team, we think; the third image is behind the house, looking towards the interstate; the last image is one of my wind chimes with snow on it.
One tree did get uprooted, but it’s not anywhere close to the house…so all is good! The tree isn’t on our property, but it fell onto our property, and will be cut up and stacked for the wood stove.
It’s too cold and windy and icy to go walking around taking pictures. At some point, I will put on my snow clothes and boots and take a walk, but not right now. Any cleanup we have to do will be later, when the weather improves. As long as there’s nothing major, it can wait.
It’s supposed to warm up throughout the week, and we could get some more snow this coming weekend. We shall see…When it comes to snow and ice, I’d rather get snow. Ice is just so dangerous, all the way around.
hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!
Dr. Kary Mullis
“Anyone can test positive for practically anything with a PCR test. If you run it long enough, with a PCR test, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody. It doesn’t tell you that you are sick.”
PCR tests use Amplified 40/45 cycles which give false positives…”Medical Fraud”
~ Dr. Kary Mullis, PhD
Joint-winner of 1993
Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Creator of the PCR Test
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