Tar and Abby

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Do not underestimate Mother Nature


I-90, which is the way most of us get to the west side of the state, is constantly monitored, blasted, worked, reworked for slide potential and avalanches. It doesn't always work. Then there are elk, moose and deer to watch out for. Youngest is going over in a couple of days to see his brother and SIL.2.b. Deeeeep breathing.

5 comments:

anne marie in philly said...

ewwwwwwwwwwwww! I read about this yesterday and wondered if this event was impacting you personally.

Sadie J said...

Big rocks hurtling down at you? Scary!

Bob Slatten said...

Just the other night, while returning home from work, I turned onto our street and saw a car headed right at me driving down the wrong side of the road!

I honked, pulled to the side, he passed and just kept going.

Oy!

Jeanne said...

He'll be fine!
But maybe, just as a precaution, he could sacrifice a VW Bug to the Great Rock Gods which dwell nearby.

Greg said...

That sounds like Pacific Coast Highway here in CA. Whenever it rains, the weather folk warn drivers about potential rock and/or mudslides.