Based on what I see over at http://viewoutage.entergy.com we fall in the ‘heaviest hit’ category, and may no see…

Based on what I see over at viewoutage.entergy.com we fall in the ‘heaviest hit’ category, and may no see…

Based on what I see over at viewoutage.entergy.com we fall in the ‘heaviest hit’ category, and may no see power restored till late Tuesday, though that may change.

We have gas heaters and a wood stove and a gas range top, so heat and food prep is not a problem. Slow maybe, but still far better than our ancestors  had 100 years ago.

Plus with the snow still on the ground to harvest and the generator to run at times, keeping what must be kept cold is possible.

Might have to throw some stuff out, but the vast bulk of it should fine.

Thankfully we have some books we can read and lights to read by, so while all this is annoying, it is something we can get thought.

Sadly far too many people cant say the same, and that even when the power lines are all good.

So far now, thats all I have to say.

Author: gbierman

I am a Self-Employed Photographer and IT Tech currently living in Little Rock, Arkansas. My interests range from photography, technology, music, and reading.