Sorry to hear that there are those still without power, hoping you guys get it back very quickly. I know what it's like - mine was out for a week straight with Irene last year, and this year it was five days with Sandy. Two days less doesn't make all that much of a difference, it still passed like an eternity as I'm sure it is for you folks. Fingers crossed. See if you can search for your power company's outage map. That's what I did with mine when my power went out, it helped keep away the craziness.
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We are in WV and we got snow and lots of rain and cold. We lost power but thankfully we got it back 24 hr later. We had to go stay at a shelter the red cross set up because i have three children and the youngest gets pnemunia really easily so we couldn't risk her getting chilled.
There wasn't any damage around here where we are, but there was in other parts of the state that got hit with 3-4 FEET of snow.
I hope you're doing okay and your power comes back sooon :-(
Rat momma to Ghost, Blaze, Tryion, Shadow, Butters, Nymeria, and Meera Dog momma to Anubis and Neeka Cat momma to Shadow Human momma to Aydian, Autumn, Avvanah, and my angel baby Addyson"Just because we can doesn't mean we should"
I'm so sorry to hear that. I hope everyone and your little ratties are safe.
~You're all in my prayers and thoughts!
Well, tonight is our tenth night without power. At least we are warm because we have a woodstove. BUT it is currently snowing, and we are due to get about 6 inches here in north jersey. Hurricane Sandy, now a nor'easter named Athena. Great. I am going to be doing alot of shoveling, being as our snow blower died. Funny story, our snowblower was 43 years old, yes, 43. It was from my great grandfather, and I am sad to see it go. Anyway, the rats, fish, bird, mice, dog, and gerbils are all safe, warm and dry (cept the fish isnt dry haha). And in the dark. Ugh.
But I am thankful that my tiny generator can run certain things...
@jd, I am glad to hear you have power back! Good luck with the snowstorm.
Here is a tree that torn down all my power