Wind created havoc across the United States last night. There were tornado warnings and 100 mile an hour winds in Wisconsin. I am very fortunate that I live in an area where tornados don’t touch down. One did touch down once in Salt Lake City about 10 years ago taking out four 100 year old trees, a crane, windows in a high rise hotel, an enormous tent for a convention and damaged a roof on a house as it left the valley. No one was hurt. Fifteen years one touched down in the middle of the Salt Lake causing a water spout but it left within 3 minutes.
We get wind storms sometimes up to 70 miles an hour that takes out trees, blow semi-trucks over but usually it is pretty calm here. Last night, however, we also had wind that took out another portion of my neighbors gigantic willow tree. Last winter I had one third of the tree taking up 75 percent of my backyard and so again I now have another third of the tree covering my backyard.
Hello tree. I am glad I have nothing for it to fall on except grass.
Five years ago one of my quaking aspen trees blew down blocking the whole street. I did not realize that these trees grew so tall.
I have a buyer for these earrings too before I put them on my Etsy shop:
They are a twisted coral.