Thursday, November 10, 2011

Scenes from My Hometown after Storm Alfred...


Yeah, it was baaaaad! Some people STILL don't have power back (Day 13...) and the clean-up is going to take a looooong time.

 

5 comments:

Tina in CT said...

It was like a war zone and still is FAR from back to normal. There are still downed power lines and trees precariously hanging. One coworker only got power this afternoon and the Nor'easter was Oct. 29th. Never have I seen it like this in CT. We only got our power back last Sunday so we were out for 8 days and my street is right off a main road.

Banker Chick said...

Glad your lights are on. This looks really messy.

Molly said...

I just found your blog via googling Russian superstitions. Your blog is very interesting. We have two adopted kids from Ukraine and we will be in Moscow in a couple of weeks to accept the referral to adopt our daughter.

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday Natalia!
Love,
Olga

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