Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Hallow's Eve

My Halloween Owl.
Sandy did not scare my electricity away and brought down only one tree, thus far.  Waiting  for the sunrise to see any damages.  Boy is it COLD outside!  Sandy is on her way north causing levees or dams to break, fires to burn and awesome blizzards.   No matter how many wars man creates, Mother Nature always shows who is really the boss.

10 comments:

Brian Miller said...

we lost power for just a bit...back on now...so i think we got lucky....i may have lost a stretch of gutter off the back of the house...waiting for light to see...

what a cool owl...i see him....smiles.

Lynn said...

What an interesing photo . . . glad you came through with little damage.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Amazing haw far Sandy extended out from the coast. In KY -- had an eerie wind all last night resulting from the far reaching arms of Sandy. I was a bit afraid the electricity would go out and maybe a tree or two would tumble but all was well this am. Sorry about your tree -- stay warm -- barbara

Mystic Meandering said...

Am glad that you came through okay. Your profile says you live in the mid-atlantic area, so I thought maybe you were going to get the brunt of it. My brother lives up near Boston, don't know if they lost power over night or not - mostly they had rain and wind yesterday. What an incredible storm! May you continue to be safe... Christine

Red said...

Glad you escaped with out much harm.

Kat said...

Glad you had no major damage. And you aren't kidding about Mother Nature. She can be a beast!

Murr Brewster said...

Good for you. Mother Nature will always show us who's boss, but by the time she drops the big one, it'll be way too late for us to say we're sorry.

Dave said...

I agree with you and other commenters, you can't beat nature. Glad you are OK and those who commented here too. That is sure a Frankenstorm - Dave

kerrdelune said...

We are still feeling her effects here, Tabor. Glad you are well and not without power.

Linda Reeder said...

It's good to know you survived the storm.