A fierce wind storm blew through New Hampshire overnight Thursday. It sounded like a freight train - so loud and windy!
We awoke early Friday to no electricity.
The storm must have discombobulated this raccoon. He was right in our back yard, eating birdseed. I have never seen a raccoon in our town in the 10 years we've lived here.
Jim encouraged me to treat today like a normal day, with the idea that the power would come back on.
I did part 2 of my warp painting. Even though part 1 had me really encouraged, part 2 didn't go quite how I planned.
Here's a quick picture and I'll blog about it more later of course!!
Thanks to a giant power outage during the Olympics 4 years ago, when Jim was out of the country, we have a small generator, plus lots of battery powered lights.
The generator makes a lot of things possible (including running water), and helped us meet the odd requirement that we keep the kitchen above 70 degrees while the warp cures overnight. Some middle of the night power generation might have to happen.
We have no internet right now, so if I seem incommunicado, that's why. It's really hard to get info without power.
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