Winds of change, part II

(Oct 28 6:31 p.m.)

So… I’m posting from the library again. (I’ll have to rush a bit again. WordPress is also not working properly— failing to add captions, Javascripts that hang— for some reason. Frustration galore.) The lights are still out at home. But at least with WiFi at the library building, I can send photos directly to the media library… which will be needlessly larger and lack color correction, but you can get a glimpse of what I’ve seen.

The photo above is not from the recent weather but recent construction (and corrected). Giant underground pipes in Portland sitting around; they really tore the place up.

(Oct 31 1:29 p.m.)

This is from today. The debris hasn’t been fully cleared, but the scene is somewhat better than yesterday. Quite a number of sites need to be cleared before they can charge (power) the lines, for miles upon miles. (Otherwise, you have shorts, sparks, potential fires and electrocutions.)

(Oct 31 1:47 p.m.)

The road ahead was closed yesterday.

(Oct 31 2:14 p.m.)

It appears someone stacked these rocks after the storm.

(Oct 28 6:43 p.m.)

The stack before the storm; dissimilar.

(Oct 28 6:43 p.m.)

Also, this. (I didn’t check to see if it was still up; probably not.)

(Oct 28)

These were destroyed by the storm. (No after-photos, sorry.)

Some decor. (Oct 28 6:31 a.m.?)
(Oct 27 7:40 p.m.)

I’m using the small battery-lit pumpkin (the smaller one to the right) to light my bedroom…

Well, that’s all I can do for now. Time limits… against the locking-up website. (Seriously frustrated.)

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