An Afternoon Stroll with Friends in Massa Marittima, Tuscany – Part #2
Here on Monday in southwestern Québec we were hit with a nasty freezing rain and ice storm, followed by some unseasonably heavy snowfall. This brought down tree branches and entire trees onto power lines all over, knocking out electricity to over 340,000 homes and businesses in the region, including the home of yours truly.
As of Tuesday night this post was going to be called: No Doors For You! That is assuming I was able to find a functioning public WIFI zone in time to put something up for Thursday morning.
Luckily by Wednesday afternoon most homes in our area were back online, but boy, losing power for almost 3 days in slightly below freezing temps, while seeing trees and branches down on every street is scary.
In the end though, all’s well that ends well. We’re doing fine here and I am now able to process and upload images to write my post. However, the electrical grid is still unstable and the power has cut out twice in the time it took me to write this much.
So even if it is just under the wire and somewhat in haste, here’s a continuation of last week as we started our way up the hill in Massa Marittima in this post:
Note: depending on the power situation here it may take me longer than usual to get around to visiting everyone’s post, but rest assured I will swing by when I can.
In the meantime thanks for stopping in 🙂
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