A Wild and Windy Day

Some weird weather blew through today. Heavy winds with gusts up to 60 mph sounded like a non-stop freight train. The wind seemed to come at the house from all directions rattling soffits and windows, downing trees, and redistributing anything not nailed down.

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Work called me to Eastport. It was a nerve racking trip – a bit like being in a video game, fighting the winds, torrential rain, dodging downed trees and branches all the way.

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These pictures of the bay with Canada on the far side were taken from the causeway leading into Eastport.

It’s a nice thing to be snuggled up on the sofa safe and warm tonight.

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2 Responses to A Wild and Windy Day

  1. This weather is crazy, we have the winds too, and now the cold is coming back again. I am so ready for spring, lol.

    Debbie

  2. Ariane says:

    Interesting Pictures. In Vienna it is now windy too but not so heavy.
    Greatings Ariane
    strick-blume.blogspot.co.at

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