Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Hurricane Zeta

As unbelievable as it is, somehow...somehow...yet another hurricane made landfall in Louisiana and the tail end of Hurricane Zeta is due to hit us in the early hours of the morning. Hurricane Sally found a leak in our roof. Hurricane Delta was kind enough to point out a few weak spots in our hull foundation. 

We're really hoping Hurricane Zeta just ignores us, but we spent the afternoon getting things ready for her anyway. After all, we don't often get company these days. 

So...we cleared out the gutters, built up the ground around our foundation and dug a trench through the side yard. 

Normal stuff like that.

Here's hoping I don't have to write an ironic update about some horrible catastrophe...

3 comments:

  1. I thought of you as I read more - and posted more - about Zeta. How odd to have so many Gulf Coast storms swoop over our region this year. Zeta looks to have the most wind. Two years ago a tall tree fell on my next-door neighbor's house when Michael came through so I get nervous about high winds.

    Hope all goes well for you!

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  2. I should clarify that Zeta has the most winds FOR US. As usual I'm me-centric about these storms. :/

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    1. Oh, not at all! I think she brought a whole lot of wind with her the whole way through! :)

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