Entries Categorized as 'Weather'

Hurricane Joaquin Shot from the International Space Station

Author: , October 4th, 2015

NASA Has Done It Again! Three Years of the Sun in 3 Minutes

Author: , April 23rd, 2013

Weathering the Storm in NJ 2012

Author: , November 3rd, 2012

We were extraordinarily lucky! Summary: • Without power from Monday around 8pm until Wednesday around 6pm. • Without Internet connectivity from Monday around 8pm until Saturday around 7am. • Number of trees down in yard: 2 • No water in the basement at all. • We lost our shelter. The structure was large enough to […]

Did Someone Mention HOT?!?

Author: , July 18th, 2012

How about HOTTER?

I’m Dreaming of a White Samhain

Author: , October 29th, 2011

Can you believe it? HEAVY SNOW in OCTOBER!

A Spectacular Day

Author: , September 16th, 2011

Yesterday was a very good day… I was contacted by a large corporation about PainMinder, and Naomi finished a very important task at work. So Naomi and I decided to go celebrate at Elements (of course). Justin had the Cube available, so off we went. When we reached Route 206, we saw a huge rainbow […]

Storm Summation

Author: , August 30th, 2011

We are fine. The basement is drying out. We were extremely lucky. Some areas nearby were not so much…

Evening Update

Author: , August 28th, 2011

Mopping up the basement began as the pump sang and the broom swept… THE FLOOD WARNING CONTINUES FOR THE MILLSTONE RIVER AT BLACKWELLS MILLS. * AT 2:45 PM SUNDAY THE STAGE WAS 21.0 FEET. * FLOOD STAGE IS 9.0 FEET. * MAJOR FLOODING IS OCCURRING AND RECORD FLOODING IS FORECAST. * FORECAST…THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE […]

Noah, Where Are You?

Author: , August 28th, 2011

So far, we still have power. A good thing too, since our basement is quite wet (about 2 inches worth of wet) and our sump pump is working overtime to try to cope with the stream of water flowing in from the storm. The wind and rain seem to be manageable at this point. According […]

Holed Up At Hobbit Haven

Author: , August 27th, 2011

Naomi and I have done all that we could to prepare for the storm. We have supplies, plans and perspective. A fueled 5.5kVA generator sits ready. All we can do now is sit tight and ride out the storm. Initial reports from the Carolinas indicate the storm has lost some strength and is not as […]