(this is waaaay too close to where Hubby works.....)
Sorry to start this off with a crappy photo, but this is an aerial pic I snagged from a local newscast. The red dot is where Gary works (if you enlarge it, you may be able to see). The diagonal is our runway at the Base and the white line crossing it is the path of the tornado that occurred at 1:48 a.m. Sunday morning.
It left a swath of damage for the short time it was on the ground, destroying woods I used to mushroom hunt in as a kid, a farm home that has been there for as long as I have lived in Indiana, there is no sign of a barn that used to stand, a hog containment unit (ripped the roof off) and took out numerous powers lines and did more structural damage as it went on it's rampage.
I did not go out to shoot photos; I refuse to be wandering around when linesmen need to work, neighbors are trying to help others get trees out of the road and figure if it is not my neighborhood, then I'm giving them some privacy. If you live close, know the folks, that's different. (this happened in my friend Vicki's neighborhood--as we say for large sections of country land!--and she did some photo-documentation)
It's Monday, and I am exhausted.......and a whole week of work is ahead. Oy.
I will say this; while I am not surprised at the weather we are having (due to how the gulf stream had settled in late winter) I do NOT like it! And I feel sorry for everyone who was caught in the path of these nasty storm-creatures.
I will be trying to carve out some studio time when I can, so bear with me in the art department. Sometimes, life just gets completely crazy, and then Mother Nature throws in her two cents...... >:-[
Okay, hope everyone has a good week and thanks so much for your comment on Gypsy. She was a bright light in life.....
Off to face the Monday tasks!
Have a good one everyone!!!