A Year Ago Today: Snowpocalypse
It was a year ago today that we here in the Northeast had a huge storm and thousands in our area lost power (for a ridiculous number of days). The big bummer was that there was really no Halloween—our favorite holiday around here—because of it.
While the being-out-of-power thing got old pretty quickly, for the first few hours (because it was still warm in the house), it was fun. Here’s some photos from that night in the hopes this won’t happen again anytime soon—but we might, this winter, be in luck with that; I’ve been seeing tree trimmers working non-stop for the past couple of months.
Video: The report on the weather radio gave the darkened house a creepy air; I could only think, ‘zombie apocalypse.’
Video: We have music!
Video: No Reason to Complain
Posted on October 29, 2012, in Deep Thoughts & Fun Stuff and tagged camping in blackouts, Connecticut blackouts, Connecticut blizzard, emergency kits, Frankenstorm, headlamps, Hurricane preparedness, Hurricane Sandy, Hurricanes 2012. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.