Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Scary Snow Storm

Just an update that I survived the crazy Halloweekend snow storm that we got out here. In case you weren't aware, the Northeast was hit hard by a Nor'easter, dropping 12 inches of heavy, wet snow onto the trees. Since the trees hadn't lost all their leaves yet, the snow stuck to them and weighed them down--snapping most like twigs. In the pitch black we listened while we heard cracking limbs falling and hoped they wouldn't fall through our roof... definitely scary.

My house is still without power (since Saturday), but we're making do with our fireplace and camp stove. It's definitely uncomfortable, but live-able and I'm glad we didn't get too too much damage. Hopefully the power will be back on shortly, but with millions of homes in the Northeast without power it's not hugely likely that we'll get ours back before the suggested Friday deadline. My work is located in one of the places that re-gained power quickly, so I have a place to keep me warm for most of the day at least!

I have some crazy pictures of the damage. Trees were fallen over or broken apart everywhere, and so many power lines down. It was definitely a scary night and I'm glad that my friends and family are all okay! I'll be posting soon.

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  1. I was up in Stowe, Vermont this weekend and came home to no power on Sunday. We finally got it back last night. I hope you get your power back soon!

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