By: aquak9, 4:01 PM GMT on March 05, 2017
Hi folks- as this site undergoes changes, well we know what's coming- or going, I should probably say.
The blogs are leaving. No ifs, ands, or butts - (heh heh heh) - things are changing, and many of us need to find a new home.
How often do you check this site, not just for weather, but to see what your friends are up to? Did you even realize you did that? I got up the other morning, and the first thing I did was check WU, see what's going o...
By: aquak9, 2:30 AM GMT on January 05, 2017
Hi folks, I give up.
I have so many cool pictures I wanted to share! and it's that time again, time when seeds start sprouting and we all get so excited over a new garden- but I give up. I'm tired of fighting. I can barely post, I can barely get to blogs I like to read...
I give up, I give up, I give up. My wu-mailbox is always open but wu-mail isn't really working anymore, either.
Go in peace.
By: aquak9, 11:52 PM GMT on December 11, 2016
We weren’t really expecting this to happen, but then it did. They said it might happen. We shook our heads, and said no, no way could THAT happen. But as we got closer and closer, we realized something bad really WAS going to happen.
We expected people to get hurt, and livelihoods to be lost. No surprise there, I suppose. When a bunch of hot air meets the right conditions, bad things happen.
We had two sets of dunes before this. Now the beach is ...
By: aquak9, 5:23 PM GMT on November 23, 2016
Maybe "hope" is too strong of a word right now, but something like a rugged attitude of "I'm not giving up."
Why? because we never know what's going to come rolling our way.
Even as the unbelievable gets closer-
-and so close that you think you're going to be destroyed-
-it often turns out that a lot of the major stuff is nothing more than pre-packaged hot air. Just a show. So always kee...
By: aquak9, 3:04 PM GMT on April 24, 2016
I am here: 3milesInlandFromJacksonvilleBeach
Hi folks. Not a new blog as all the old comments are there- but I/we need a place.
I took a ton of outdoor pictures when skies were gorgeous. That was then, this is now. And now?
Lines at the gas stations, nerves on edge, local media scaring us half to death- and then of course we worry about others even more. Like Skyepony. Ya'll know she's probably gonna be ground zero. Scares me, worrie...
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