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Your Mesclun greens in the first picture will never be the same again!!!!!!
Man, you guys got hit hard! I'm surprised Action News wasn't out at your house this morning reporting on the damage. Lol
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I know. I counted no less than 2 downed branches and thousands of displaced leaves. I didn't even get a pic of the rosemary bush and lettuce plant which were completely lost. My wife is struggling with the news. Prayers are appreciated.
One source of hope...this little guy survived a 50 yd flight from his home in my neighbor's tree. Still has a smile on face...
We must be in the same area. I managed to capture a pic of the flooding this morning.
Edit: picture upload ... Fail.
This post was edited by skaskela 21 months ago
I live just outside Phoenixville. SEPA was pretty fortunate in comparison to our neighbors. Somehow north, south, east, and west of us all got hit harder.
Our neighbors have 1 downed tree. and it's not even down. It's broken, it will fall eventually.
I hear you diddy. An hour from landfall. We had about 6" of rain, a few real strong gusts, but that's it. NYC, Philly, Hoboken all got hit much worse.
Agreed that we made out ok. I'm near Haverford. Some downed trees in the area, but we kept the power and all in all we were lucky to dodge the brunt of the storm.
My brother lives in Bel Air, MD and they got close to 8" of rain. We got just under 4" at our house. Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and much of New England has seen far more than that. WV is getting 2-3' of snow. It benefited us greatly to be so close to the center of the storm.
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