10.29.12 Battened down

10.29.12 Battened down

With Hurricane Sandy headed this way, the wind began picking up as early as yesterday afternoon.

10.29.12 Battened down

We’re hoping for the best, but expecting the worst.

10.29.12 Battened down

And hope you all weather it safely.

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14 Responses to 10.29.12 Battened down

  1. Be safe! I look forward to hearing your experience when it’s over.

  2. Great photos, and keep us updated. Sending good thoughts.

    Mary Klein Seattle FoodShed: Our life in the garden and kitchen http://seattlefoodshed.wordpress.com/

  3. Chris says:

    Very little rain here in New York City up until very recently (11:45 AM). Wind gusts are picking up. The East River is overflowing its banks in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, and the harbor is starting to flood The Battery.

  4. Patsy says:

    Hope you stay safe! Still quiet here in Connecticut; a little rain and some wind. Supposed to get worse this afternoon.

  5. Judy says:

    We battened down our farm – house, barn, two chicken coops, hoop house, animals and vehicles to the best of our ability. I wish safe passage to everyone but must admit I sure hope NH doesn’t get hit hard. Great picture of the surf.

  6. Great pictures. I have had the Weather Channel on all morning (and have been checking in for days now), worrying about all of you Easterners. I lived in CT for 9 years and weathered a number of bad tropical storms. Nothing like this one though. Good luck. Keep us posted. Lou

  7. Michelle says:

    Good luck! I hope the storm doesn’t wreak too much havoc.

  8. Paula says:

    we were wondering how much you guys would be affected. good luck! to all of us!

  9. azita says:

    I’m in Brooklyn and so far: not so terrible! The wind just gusted up as I typed this! Oops, hope am not jinxing it. Love the pictures you posted and stay safe and sound.

  10. Liz says:

    Stay safe, thinking of you. I hope any destruction is minimal.

  11. Annie says:

    Wishing you safe passage….

  12. kitsapfg says:

    Stay safe! It’s amazing to see the weather images of this monster.

  13. Gardenglut says:

    Stay safe, warm and dry and remember even if your plants are damaged, your permanent plants will grow again and your veggies are seasonal anyway – there will be another spring. Hold tight!

  14. Christina says:

    Saying my prayers for you and yours!

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