Friday, September 3, 2010

HURRICANE UPDATE


Well, it looks like we're just gonna get a bunch of rain - boo! The red arrow points to where I live.

Cape Cod will get the hurricane, if any.

At least I have a cute weather man to look at!

12 comments:

Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

hmmm... I'm to the right of where it says Hyannis. But I'm getting a serious hunch we'll just have rain, too. My kids are going bonkers now because I've kept them home from outside activities today. lol

Sweet as June said...

cherry chick! They have gotten us all worked up for nothin'!!!

One Heart said...

Okay, I just had to comment yet again. I REALLY needed a good laugh today and just as I was about to click away from your page I see the sticker on your sidebar which says, "Life is short, blog naked"...hahahahahaha...thanks Sue...lol...love it!!!

Sandy said...

Batten down the hatches!!!! Be safe! :):)

Andie said...

Good grief! We're nearly neighbors. Stay dry.

Mary said...

Earl skirted by us (the Carolinas) I'm thankful. I remember all too well hurricane Hugo in the late 80's.

Neabear said...

Living on the West Coast I have never experienced a hurricane. Earthquakes yes, but not hurricanes. I hope everyone stays dry!

Genie Robinson said...

Having grown up 1 block from the Atlantic Ocean in Florida, I saw my fill of hurricanes as a child. We all had to either evacuate the island of Palm Beach and drive over to West Palm Beach or stay in the old Breakers Hotel(don’t guess that would be happening there this day and time) or the Whitehall (Henry Flagler’s home). It was pretty neat. My daddy was with the Corp of Engineers and was in charge of the evacuations. Those winds and waves could be pretty darn scary! I am 71 and remember them as if they were happening right now. Hope all is well with you.
Hugs......XOXOXOO
Genie

bj said...

Glad you're safe...:)

Carol said...

Glad Earl isn't amounting to much...at least it kept the news reporters busy...

Cheeseboy said...

Good luck to you. I hope you weather the storm. (Quite literally.)

Sam I Am...... said...

I'm like you...I love a good storm! Now of course we don't want anyone to get hurt or homes destroyed and even though I went 8 days without electric last year in our AR ice storm....I STILL love a good storm...as opposed to a bad one like Katrina or several others. That's my "disclaimer'.