Speaking of Storms

Hurricanes are taking an increasing larger toll on life and property in the eastern regions of the lower forty eight. Good thing human caused climate change is a hoax. Otherwise, that might be alarming.

We had a medium blow here the other day. Winds were moderate (nothing over 50 mph) but they hit at high tide. It was just under 22′ not a super high tide but enough to combine with the waves to produce this:

The building on the right is the Sport Shed, on the spit across from the Fishing Hole.

This is the parking lot between the Land’s End resort and the ferry dock. The waves are wrapping around the end of the spit and eating away at the bank. Normally, there is about 100′ of beach here with no waves and here the waves have eaten a five foot bank into what was a gentle slope to the beach.

Just a few days earlier the weather was perfect.This Beluga Lake, our seaplane base.

Hope this finds you all safe and secure. Think Green!


So far I've reached the journeyman or higher level at the following, in chronological order : Silversmith, infantryman/door gunner, helicopter pilot, fireman, carpenter, residential contractor, FAA Air Traffic Control Specialist and crotchety old retired guy. Currently, I'm learning to fly again and that is what this is all about.

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