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Monday, April 4, 2011
Some point in time before 5 this morning I was startled out of a peaceful slumber by the concussive boom of thunder.
Thunder kept concussively booming for well over an hour, non-stop, flashes of lightning and rumbling thunder.
With heavy rain.
The heavy rain prompted the National Weather Service to issue what I believe to be its first flood advisory for Tarrant County this year.
Along with the rain and thunder it was very windy, with gusts up to 60 mph. It is still be windy out there.
I suspect there will be no Tandy Hill hiking for me today, due to wetness.
Speaking of Tandy Hill hiking, someone Anonymous made an amusing comment regarding me saying I was going to be leaving Texas. For some reason someone Anonymous repeated the comment 3 times.
Someone Anonymous said....
Say it ain't so, Durango. Your wit, your unapologetic criticism of the Fort Worth Way, fill a gaping void. Besides, where else could you go that would give you so much blogging material? Chicago, maybe, is more corrupt. But only because it's older. Somebody, find another hill for this man to climb!
Since I don't currently have a hill to climb, I think I will go swimming in the wind.