Too close for comfort

by Catoosa, Wednesday, March 04, 2020, 07:56 (25 days ago)

EF 2 tornado came through Lebanon night before last. No damage around our place, but the debris fan from that thing is unbelievable. I spent yesterday picking up pieces of Donelson and Mt. Juliet out of the yard and fields around the house. Insulation, roofing, even a couple small pieces of OSB. And we are a good six miles north of the storm track.

Glad you are OK Gordon.

by Hoot @, Diversityville, Liberal-sota, Wednesday, March 04, 2020, 09:29 (25 days ago) @ Catoosa

It looks like it was a bad one.

Too close for comfort

by Murphy @, Wednesday, March 04, 2020, 09:48 (25 days ago) @ Catoosa

Thankful you weren't in the path. Storm debris from a tornado can travel much farther than some realize. The town of Paris, Texas is about 55 miles from my neck of the woods here in Oklahoma. Back around 1980 they had a bad one. We were finding letters and photos in our pastures for sometime afterwards.


Too close for comfort

by Bri A, Wednesday, March 04, 2020, 10:14 (25 days ago) @ Catoosa

Wow, glad you are okay and were not any closer.

Too close for comfort

by Tom Richardson @, Clarksville, Arkansas, Wednesday, March 04, 2020, 10:34 (25 days ago) @ Catoosa

Glad you are ok.

Too close for comfort

by john purcell, Wednesday, March 04, 2020, 13:22 (25 days ago) @ Tom Richardson

glad it missed you, john

Too close for comfort

by Cherokee @, Medina, Ohio, Wednesday, March 04, 2020, 14:35 (24 days ago) @ Catoosa

Glad you made it without any impact.

Too close for comfort

by jgt, Thursday, March 05, 2020, 05:49 (24 days ago) @ Catoosa

Glad you were not in its path. I have survive some and few can really appreciate the aftermath unless it is experienced first hand.

Glad you came out alright.

by Rob Leahy ⌂ @, Prescott, Arizona, Friday, March 06, 2020, 13:45 (23 days ago) @ Catoosa


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