Happy we are that the stove top and basement fireplace both run on natural gas. We still have electricity but if and when we don't it'll be days and days of grilled cheese then porridge, grilled cheese then porridge. We can hold out on that for a week. Week two? Beans on rice? The back step will be our freezer, the cold room under the front step our fridge. For suburbanites, we have it good - or at least the house was built in '64 with an awareness of nature. Wine is expected to still operate in an extended blackout. As with banjos. Very Christmassy so far... sitting here early on a Saturday evening, four days before the day. Best image of the first day of the ice storm? Street skating.
Day 2: Our Christmas Ice Storm 2013
Posted by Alan McLeod on Saturday, December 21, 2013 in Weather, Holidays and Seasons - leave a comment