Near-hurricane force winds battered our valley Monday. Thousands of people were without power. We lost our on Monday morning and it was restore on Tuesday at 9 pm. For us it means no heat and no water, which is very essential. One tree snapped in half and fell, missing the house just by few inches. Luckily our daughter lives in town and their power was out for only 4 hour, so we spent Monday evening there, went to see a movie and return to semi-warm bedrooms on thee first floor, where the heat was still able to rise from our wood furnace. The air is force through the house with an electric blower so the main floor was already about only 13 C. I spent most of Tuesday at my daughters house, made dinner for everyone and we all gathered there again in the afternoon. We've got a phone call from the Hydro company that our power is back on at 9pm. Yay! Hooray! Then, there was snow this morning, but is raining now. Still blowing pretty strong and warning was issued for another stormy day. I am trying to stay positive and hope we'll survive with no damage.
Nektere lode to odnesly :(
Not so lucky boats :(