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Surviving Gracefully

The two men sat huddled in the old house.  Outside the wind howled and the trees groaned as their branches were forced back and forth in the strongest gusts.  841 more words

Travel

A Shining Reminder

When the Old Exchange broke ground in 1767, Charleston was a very different place.  Today the building sites almost two blocks off the Charleston Harbor, but in those early days it sat atop a half moon battery that jutted out into the harbor near the docks.  594 more words

Travel

The two sides of a storm

This time last year my garden and grass were burnt to a crisp. The wonderful rains that we had in April and May simply stopped in June and didn’t begin again until September. 498 more words

Thoughts

Paper on the bumpy ride encountered by Hurricane Hunters in Hurricane Felix published in Monthly Weather Review

On September 2, 2007, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hurricane Hunter airplane flew into Hurricane Felix when it was a category-5 hurricane north of Venezuela. 209 more words

Observations

How to stay safe when Charleston floods

Whether it’s a Hurricane Hugo situation or just a Category 2 storm like Hurricane Matthew, Charleston is guaranteed to flood.

With age-old irrigation systems and half the city barely above sea level, it’s good to know the do’s and dont’s for this year’s storm season. 23 more words

Cool Stuff

The aftermath of the storm. A hurricane story

There is a storm coming, and for once I’m not being metaphorical. It’s an actual blow you down and knock you around kind of storm. The kind of storm that gets named as if humanizing it will somehow make it any less dangerous. 764 more words

Life As I Know It

Robert Matthew Goldstein reblogged this on Art by Rob Goldstein and commented:

Have a listen! :)