Oh brother. Just what I need, a 16-inch battleship round floating up around here.
I spent several hours mucking in the muck before I gave up. I need dump trucks, not wheelbarrows. It’s a massive undertaking, far beyond a shovel and my dad helping. I think we’ll get moving on the professional option shortly.]]>
from the Wunderground shows 60 mph winds or so, which is pretty intense conditions. I would kind of like to experience this, but know it is safer being here and having my family safely stored away somewhere else.
More updates from the two crazy guys watching my house as they become available.]]>
Computer Models are showing the tracks move into North Carolina and away from the western shore of the Chesapeake, but I’m still not convinced. I think the London trip might be put off for a week or so.
I’ve spending a lot of time reading some amateur meteorologist information which has some interesting data about computer modeling. It’s amazing how much can and cannot be predicted.
I asked my mother-in-law if they ever had a typhoon in her hometown in China. She said once, when she was much younger, a storm came out of no where and killed hundreds. There was simply no warning whatsoever. And you wonder why those old storms in 20’s killed thousands. No satellites, no computer models, no radio bouys. ]]>