We are very lucky.

We are very lucky in Britain, we don’t get extremes of anything weather-wise really. We get rain but not generally flooding, we get storms but not really tornadoes or hurricanes, we get sunshine (yes we do come on you can remember it) but not so much that we have country wide droughts we have occasional earth tremors but nothing that does anything other knock a picture slanted or maybe shift a slate off a roof, our volcanoes are all extinct. This was yesterday’s storm here, we got some flash flooding and there were roads closed for a little while, it knocked the power out and the phone lines but as I say Britain is fairly safe from these extremes of climate work. I rather like a good thunder and lightening storm to be honest, as long as it’s not right over my head. The one we saw in Shelby was pretty spectacular, I enjoyed that one.


To my friends in the USA, especially you all on the Eastern Sea Board, take care and keep safe.
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4 Responses to We are very lucky.

  1. Thanks, Hannah. Rain is starting to fall a bit now. More later …

  2. Dan Finnegan says:

    It's pouring here, but so far we are dry and still have electricity.

  3. Irene has passed here, my husband is on the Outer Banks and says the media is making it out to be much worse than it really is, of course, what's new!

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