Back in the saddle again

Morning everyone, and it’s good to be back after a week without internet service after superstorm Sandy came through here. That was annoying, but otherwise everything is fine her. We were out of power for less than 24 hours and most of the area came away without any major damage, but there were several trees uprooted in our neighborhood, one of which pretty much demolished a house. That was pretty scary. If you’re on the East Coast I certainly hope you’re doing as well post-Sandy and bracing for this next batch of bad weather that’s coming for us, but hopefully we’ll be getting back to business as usual around here in the interim. A huge thanks to William and Stacey for doing a great job of keeping things moving here while I was out of commission.

Born in Southwestern Ohio and currently residing on the Chesapeake Bay, Brien is a former editor-in-chief of IIATMS who now spends most of his time sitting on his deck watching his tomatoes ripen and consuming far more MLB Network programming than is safe for one's health or sanity.

3 thoughts on “Back in the saddle again

  1. jay_robertson

    Again, glad you made it, Brien. That's one thing that gets forgotten out here in the hinterland – the pictures of devastation show thousands upon thousands that got hammered. But there are SO DANGED MANY of you out there – just as many, if not more, came through relatively unscathed.

    Glad you were one of the lucky ones; my sympathy to everyone who wasn't as lucky. btdt.

    • Well we were to the south of the storm, and we’re in on the Bay, not the ocean, so we weren’t in the path of the flooding like NY/NJ/CT and the coastal areas. Not really sure how we escaped major wind damage, but then, I guess a lot of people didn’t.

  2. eddy

    we still have no power.and i have a friend who isnt supposed o ge power until thanksgiving

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