Power Lines and Trees Down After Hurricane
October 29, 2020 10:04am CST
We only got rain the past two days from the latest hurricane. Friends and family in other states got worse. They are all safe. But no power, trees down, and power lines down, making roads impossible to travel. Was up most of the night talking to scared friends and cousins during the eye of the storm. These storms are scary and even worse when they happen at night and the power goes out. You have no idea what is going on around you. I have experienced many in the past. Thankfully everyone is safe, so far. You never know what life will throw your way.
24 people like this
• Midland, Michigan
No we don't know so we? You may want to edit the paragraph which talks about no power and make that a sentence by itself. I had to read it more than once thinking the no also went with the lines even though that's not what I gathered from your title. I'm glad everyone is safe. We had a tornado go through years ago and it uprooted two large trees on either side of our driveway putting our power out too.
• Russian Federation
Oh my! That is very scary. I experienced only one hurricane in my life and that was enough for me to remember it for all my life. I heard that USA is famous for hurricanes and tornados especially in Texas and California. Which stated do you live?
• Pensacola, Florida
@CarolDM They weren't (once again) for the storm to get as strong as it did. It was supposed to hit land as a strong tropical storm or very low end hurricane Cat one not a real strong (Knocking on the door of Cat3) Cat two storm.
• Louisville, Kentucky
I watched news coverage of the hurricane (primarily from Biloxi) until I went to sleep. It was pretty rough. Poor Louisiana. I have friends who live there, and I've asked them (they've lost power twice due to hurricanes), "Hey, whatever dance you're doing that's bringing the hurricanes, STOP!!!!"