Came back to our home near ICW today to make sure everything was ok. Our house (and trees) have so far survived. Still VERY windy. Lots of families not so lucky. Clean up is going to take some time! Advertisements Continue reading Go with the Flo? Part 7
1. PEOPLE not possessions. 2. If you live on the coast, buy a generator. 3. Flashlights (and batteries) for EVERY room in your house. 4. Keep a supply of non-perishable food items in your pantry AT ALL TIMES. 5. Be patient, kind and helpful when you can. 6. Never underestimate the power of nature. 7. Water (and wine) will keep you from going insane. 8. Hard boiled eggs last for almost a week unrefrigerated. 9. In a pinch, evaporated milk makes scrambled eggs unbelievably creamy. 10. Having a grill with charcoal is a necessity. 11. Believe in the kindness and … Continue reading Go with the Flo? Lessons I have learned from surviving a hurricane….
We’re in downtown Wilmington, NC away from the coast… the rain and wind have started. Florence is just starting to pick up steam here… Expecting the worst overnight… Continue reading Go with the Flo? Part 5
Waiting….it’s almost the worst part…. Even the dog is bored… Winds close to 20 mph here, about 25mph near our house on the water. We are in a holding pattern… Continue reading Go with the Flo? Part4
We are all shuttered up and packing to leave to go inland. . . .The tide is unusually high today despite it not being a full moon tide. Predictions are changing on the minute…Florence is now thought to be heading a little further south and hanging around coastline longer… Keep us in your prayers! Continue reading Go with the Flo? Part 2
Keeping friends and family in the loop, I will attempt to post several times throughout the next few days as we weather Hurricane Florence here in Wilmington, NC. Today is Wednesday, September 12, 2018 …it is 9:30 am.. Stay tuned! Continue reading Go with the Flo?
I suppose a pilot sees these sights all the time. But for those of us who are altitude challenged, this kind of thing is pretty spectacular to behold. While most of Michigan was being doused in strong winds and rains yesterday, we had a slight reprieve in Lewiston around 5pm. Hopefully these pictures convey how beautifully the sky was blanketed with marshmallow-y clouds! Continue reading Stay-puft sky…(8/2/15)