Monthly Archives: August 2011

‘The Life of Hurricane Irene from Caribbean to Canada’

Here is a link to a video released by NASA on her trek along the east coast..Pretty amazing! Link – http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/index.html?media_id=108951491  

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New North Carolina Islands…

As a result of Hurricane Irene, there was severe damage to part of Hatteras Island, North Carolina. The only highway down that narrow strip of land is Route 12. A one half mile stretch of the highway in the village … Continue reading

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We Have Trained Our Birds…

To come to the feeders on our deck off and on through out the day. Friday evening, the last hurricane prep I did was to take both bird feeders down so that they did not blow down with the high winds. … Continue reading

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Songs of the Psalms…21

“All nations whom You have made          Shall come and worship before You, O Lord,          And shall glorify Your name.  10 For You are great, and do wondrous things;          You alone are God.” (Psalm 86: 9,10 NKJV)

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Irene We Are Getting Ready For You…

Let’s See, Here’s What We Did To Get Ready For The Hurricane… – Stocked up on groceries, batteries, water, propane. – Generator and chain saw are ready for action. – Outside flower pots and all the loose outside stuff brought into the … Continue reading

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Irene – What Will She Be Like?

Having made it through the earthquake tremors of yesterday I now wonder about the hurricane winds and rain due in two days. Hurricane Irene is barreling through the Bahamas now and is on a course to hit the Outer Banks on … Continue reading

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Little Bird..Big Thirst..

I was out cooking chicken on the grill this evening when 2 hummingbirds came up and starting sipping sugar water at their feeder. Here you see the back of one of them as he is perched on the feeder sipping. … Continue reading

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