Saturday 21st October 2017

Surviving “Stormaggedon”. 113/365.

Surviving Stormaggedon. 113/365.

From Monday 20 April 2015 until today, Thursday 23 April 2015 we have been living in a place and area which has been battered & blown & flooded out from a “low cell” group of storms off NSW Coast.

We are still without power & good internet but in keeping with my post every day” goal here’s a snapshot of our current means of “survival”.

How have the storms affected you and yours?

Denyse xx

UPDATE: Power restored early Friday morning. Landline phone and internet ADSL will be back (I hope) early next week. We are so fortunate. Not everyone has been.

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Saying Hi to Sydney blogging buddies Bron and Sonia ..how’s things with you?

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  1. Really admire your pioneering efforts Denyse πŸ™‚

  2. I wasn’t happy to have to throw away all our dairy and meat products I had stored in our powerless fridge πŸ™ Oh well it could have been a lot worse, at least we didn’t sustain any damage to our house, unlike some other poor people in the area.

    • Yes, I know what you mean. I have saved some frozen food which still had ice particles..but I will be ultra-cautious if I decide to use it. We stayed safe in a physical sense but I didn’t like the uncertainty about when the power would come back. Thanks so much for reading and commenting Ingrid. Denyse

  3. We were without power for a few days and I was moaning about school being cancelled for two days but OMG the those poor people whose homes were damaged or lost. It sure puts things into perspective doesnt it. Thanks for joining in D – lovely to see you pop up πŸ™‚ xx

    • We are very lost without our power…I found it a real challenge. Just waiting for telstra and ADSL to be back (cant live without internet… It’s good to know your kids got back to school, Sonia. The local primary school still not back. The teachers are but they cant allow kids. Hopefully tree loppers will clear dangerous spots on Tuesday and school will return on Wednesday. I am very blessed that we could ‘manage’ this independently. Hard for many I know. Thanks love for your kind words Denyse x