Stay Safe!

We arrived in Atlanta, for Eric’s upcoming workshop at Suzanne’s Cottage, safe and sound around 8 p.m. today. We had to leave earlier than planned because of this mega-storm hitting the east coast.

We hit the storm while in Maryland. From then on, I kept a keen eye on the radar via my phone. We did not go our usual route to Georgia. As you can see from the snapshot I took of my phone’s screen, the pink and blue areas indicate SNOW! And it was all along the section of West Virginia we typically would travel.

The Green “pin” image is our location when I took this picture. It wasn’t too bad at all. Just lots of rain.

But then we had to adjust our plans and head towards the coast, and the storm, to avoid all that snow falling to the West. So in Virginia, just north of Richmond, we drove through pouring rain and a small stretch of strong winds. But it wasn’t close to what New Jersey and New York ended up getting, as we sit and watch the news coverage.

And it only lasted a few hours before we were able to emerge from the storm after crossing into North Carolina. It was nice to see the sun!

Everyone in the path of this giant storm, please stay safe and dry! And I’m thinking about my mom, brother, Michele, Jolene and Chance, as they hunker down back home in New Hampshire.

 

2 thoughts on “Stay Safe!”

  1. Keeping you and everyone on the East Coast and surrounding areas in my thoughts and prayers that everyone rides out this storm safely. Speedy restoration of the damage and life getting back to normal quickly too. Don’t take any chances and listen to what the recovery teams are saying about driving in the snow, wind and water. Stay put and stay safe, Lynne.

    1. Thanks Cathryn. We’re here in Atlanta until Monday. Eric’s workshop ends Sunday and then we need to get home so we can vote!

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