Tuesday, February 26, 2008

wet ground, high winds


Tree go boom

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12 comments:

Snaggle Tooth said...

Wow, that's alot of damage! I hope no one was hurt. Also wondering if it's your building... If not, maybe they could use some of your talents for restoration.
That tree is prob worth a few bux for the wood at the sawmill, also-

x-ray chick said...

That has gotta hurt! Hope there's insurance! Thanks for dropping by my blog!

Mar said...

It looks scary...hopefully nobody was hurt...

Joyce said...

Ouch!! This same thing happened to my sister that lives in Kingwood, Texas (Houston suburb). It came through the 2nd story of their house. It caused so much damage it took 6 months to repair!

If this is your property--I hope that the damage is minimal and easily repairable!!

David said...

no, its not my cabin.
but I would help them build somethinghere after the 'dozer clears away the rubble.
bless you all.

kenju said...

Is that YOUR place?? I sure hope not. Several years ago, our area had a lot of damage like that from high winds after days of rain.

Michele sent me.

tommie said...

may everyone be safe and sound.....

Michelle sent me.

Sol said...

Wind or old tree? I too hope nobody was hurt!

Here from Michele's.

oranginadreams said...

wow, how scary! I wouldn't want to come home to that!

Michele sent me

Leslie

kenju said...

I'm glad to know that it isn't yours, David. And if you help them rebuild, they are very lucky!!
Michele thinks so too!

angel said...

woah... lots more work now dude!

phoenix said...

We had micro bursts here last week and tons of trees snapped and down... one even fell on a truck killing the man inside waiting at a traffic light. You just never know. Glad it was not you and thanks for making my day today. :)