Friday, August 26, 2011
Here are a few random shots from the public landing at Onemo.
These photos have nothing to do with the hurricane which is headed our way.
This is how I cope with disasters. I casually mention them before taking an evacuation route to a state called Denial, where I ramble incessantly about anything else, such as bushel baskets on a dock.
Before I return to Denial, let me say that I'll post an update on the storm known as Irene as soon as possible after the worst is over, provided we have current (which is the Mathews word for power or electricity).
That update will have nothing to do with bushel baskets--unless that's what I'm using to pick up my personal belongings which have been strewn from here to Richmond.
If our 10-year-old swing set lands in your yard, you may keep it. I've been meaning to haul it off for years now and never got around to it. Enjoy!--Love, cbw
p.s. Here's hoping that everyone in the storm's path stays safe and that bushel baskets will be completely unnecessary.
p.s.s. Click here for step-by-step instructions on how CBW prepared for a previous storm and photographic evidence that we'll probably be underwater here this weekend.