- ButterBean - BooBoo - Lucky - WaterMelon - Scooter - Moose - Mama*R.I.P* - Scotch*R.I.P.* -

-Tiny - Face *R.I.P* - Eye - Princess - Brooke - Stripey - Smokey - Shadow - Piper

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

mostly missed

We were mostly missed by the bad stuff and we are glad. We have power so over all we are ok!

Southwest Virginia is very small piece of a huge mosaic of Sandy’s effects, but power outages in the thousands have resulted from winds that were sustained as high as 40 mph and gusted as high as 60 mph at Roanoke Regional Airport late Monday evening and early Tuesday morning. Several locations mostly above 2,000 feet and west and southwest of Roanoke saw a rare October measurable snowfall, though amounts are mostly light, owing to strong winds, warm ground, and most of the heavy snow having tracked into West Virginia and far southwest Virginia as projected.

Basically its windy here ... but we are all ok!


  1. Glad to hear you are all okay. We are purring for all our east coast friends to be safe.

  2. We are glad you are safe warm and OK!

  3. So glad to hear that you are safe. Looks like it will take some time to clear up after the storm.

    Julie and Poppy Q

  4. We are so glad you are doing alright~!!!!