No, no! That is not youngest daughter (otherwise known as "Smokin' hot smart Brat) - this photo is of friend and extra fourth daughter who went with me, to see Max...the lovely Laura, who is a very talented art student at Pratt.
We were absolutely amazed along the way at wild scenes of flooding,
It is quite important to realize that trees aren't keeling over because of wind, or weather - those are simply the mechanisms that are facilitating the underlying cause.
An ominous sky above harbors invisible but toxic greenhouse gases.
Trees aren't falling over because of storms, or wind. Their root systems are rotted, thanks to the effects of atmospheric poisons from burning fossil and biofuels.L
In a very short time I predict insurance companies will cease to cover tree falling damage, or else, raise premiums to impossible levels.
We ignored yet another detour sign and came upon this scene. The only reason these trees weren't flat on the ground is they were hung up on power lines on the opposite side of the road. I floored it, and we made it across in a sweat!
You had to be there to realize how horrible it is to see such huge and venerable trees knocked over.
This is around the church where 206 meets Nassau Street.
If anyone tries to tell me this is to be blamed on high winds, I will go ballistic, perhaps, or else show them this picture
The trees are crashing because they are weakened from exposure to toxic greenhouse gas emissions. That's the explanation! Well, I was thrilled as I said to see youngest daughter.
And here is where her famous Eating Club is going to have to reconcile with Mother Nature, who is quite angry.