|Viserion the dragon|
This morning at approximately 3:30 am I was awoken by a "train" roaring through our house.
Then I heard a tremendous crack of thunder. My first though was "Game of Thrones", final episode.
Viserion was coming!
After that racket died down I went back to sleep. When I got up this morning, as is my usual practice, I looked out my back bedroom window at the oval planter with three river birch trees and this is what I saw:
Oh no! A major branch of my river birch tree was down. There goes my shade for the summer. We get the late afternoon hot sun during the summer and this tree was my respite from heating up my bedroom. Oh well, thank goodness the whole tree didn't come down.
After I had breakfast I asked Bill to take a short video of me inspecting the damage. Then that's when I discovered my neighbors suffered a lot more damage that I did thus proving the point it can always be worse.
Here are the pictures I took of that damage:
|My favorite riverbirch trees. Just like Daenerys's three dragons, I have my favorite river birch trees. Now one is severely damaged but at least it's not a white walker zombie|
Bill and I took a ride around the neighborhood to see additional damage but we saw none. A few twigs down but nothing like trees uprooted like we had here in our little five house radius. Lucky us. Thank goodness no one was hurt.