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Friday, August 18, 2017

Tornado Alley

On August 9th, a tornado touched down in the northern part of the Lake of Bays, up towards Limberlost.  It sliced along parallel to the Limberlost Road, smacked East Walker Lake and Fieldale Road, and really trashed the forest adjacent to Carl Fisher Dr.
Brian photograpahed the path of the tornado
across Mansell point and into Rebecca Lake
and onward
But the worst of it struck across Mansell Lane, a private road leading to some lovely cottages that used to be surrounded by mature forest.  The power of Nature is stunning.  It was fortunate that there were no serious injuries, and remarkably little damage to buildings.  But the trees...

At Bondi, we were well away from the strike zone, but we had high winds, which took down trees -- Brian has been busy cutting some off the hiking/ski trails already.    And part of our corn was knocked down by the hail -- only part of it, oddly. Brian and David shored it back up, with stakes and ropes, and you'd never know looking at it now that it was impacted.


on Nancy's lawn -- minor, all things considered

tying up the corn knocked down by hail


Along the private road, Mansell Lane, probably the worst impacted

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