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Discussion in 'Alaska' started by Beezer, Dec 3, 2012.
wowzer.... pretty good little shake eh?
all OK on the eastern front... you?
little bit of 5.7 fun. shouldnt be nothing for you alaskans!
(sister is in anchorage and we've been texting about it. pretty darned close one!)
I dislike earthquakes, in case you couldn't figure that out...:eek1
Pretty light out here in Glennallen. Barely wiggled for a few seconds.
You'd dislike them even more if they chose to all arrive together as one, instead of lotsa itty-bitty groaners.
Stress-relief is always better than breakage.
I'm a prepin' fool... Got my 7k generator, just waiting for the big one... Me and my wine that is. Costco has a really good chateau ste Michelle Indian wells cab and a great Kirkland signature series cab (mountain curvee) from napa... The Kirkland cab and big bottle cab will do in a earthquake too...
Checked the bikes right away and none fell over so all is good
The bikes are upright. The house is still on the foundation. The livestock are calm. Serena is still on the mantle. All is well in the west.
Only damage was a mirror that hit the floor....luckily on the carpet and didn't break.
I was in the shower getting ready for another ALLnightshift.....................never felt a thing:eek1
My first earthquake. Interesting
Yeah, downtown on rollers. It's a little weird that a six story building is on rollers but it works. The windows didn't come crashing down like they did about 10 years ago. But since I'm about 100' from the cliff, if we get a really, really big one I'm counting on at least one of you FFs to bring a hose down there to give me some air.
I was under my Suburban up on a lift. Never felt a thing. Couldn't figure out why my phone was getting blown up by the family until I got home!
I wished it was stronger.
You must be losing it. I was standing 20 feet from you and felt it. It shook the whole building.
Nah I fly on a herk!!! My body is always shaking