Photo by Salt Water New England

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Waiting for the Storm...

Photos by Salt Water New England
















11 comments:

  1. It turned out to be a non event here in Georgia's Golden Isles, so I enjoyed a delightful afternoon at the Sea Island Beach Club!

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  2. You guys be careful, I live in the Carolinas and our beach home on Ocean Isle was damaged, but 2 houses down, 2 cottages burned to the ground. We are lucky we have minimal damage at first look.

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  3. Lots of rain here in central NC. More destructive near the coast. Scary when hurricanes come through at night. Stay safe!

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  4. Non-event here in northern Essex County, MA, too ... got some rain which is good for the gardens (finally) and now at 7:30 pm, refreshingly breezy.

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  5. Great photos, as per the usual! Stay safe, and thanks so much for everything.

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  6. I love these! I don't live in New England any more, and I love your photos. They make me homesick - but in a good way. Thanks!

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  7. I am loving seeing where everyone lives! I was born and raised in North Carolina, then lived in the UK for awhile and now live in Atlanta. Have you ever done any kind of poll to see where your readers live? Might be interesting . . . . Oh - good luck weathering the storm!! Our kids in NY are without power.

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  8. It's so nice to see clouds and green lawns. Here in NorCal, we go without rain from mid-spring to late fall. Rain used to come right after Halloween, now it starts at Thanksgiving. So we have very low humidity at least. Stay safe in that storm, Muffy!

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  9. Hope you made out alright - we got punched in the nose in southeast VA !!

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  10. Isaias caused quite a bit of damage here on Long Island before it roared your way. Lots of tree damage and power outages. Remember the Hurricane flags at our local marina but none this time surprisingly. Hope you battened down the hatches and weathered the storm with not a scrape!

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  11. We are without power since the hurricane, as is much of Connecticut. Three separate trees are down across the power lines in our area. None have been removed as of today (Thursday). The power company has the outage listed on its website saying it's "evaluating the outage." I think that must be code for don't expect anything soon.

    Fortunately, we have an emergency generator that powers the necessities.

    Aiken

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