Thursday, October 20, 2005

Wilma has passed Belize - hopefully

Unless it makes a big turn to the west, Wilma is not threatening Belize anymore. It is now 169 miles northeast of the northern coast of Belize, and although the islands are still experiencing huge waves and tropical storm conditions, we are hoping that the worst is over. Now we are all watching what is happening with this super hurricane, hoping it doesn't make landfall in Mexico or anywhere else where it could hurt people. Here is a good link to track Wilma:
http://www.hydromet.gov.bz/

So, otherwise we are all fine, I am busy and I hope the satellite stays up so I can send some work off. The clouds do interfere sometimes.

Today I took Marion to visit Karli and Hanna in Teakettle. It was really nice: to drive, to chat, to enjoy the beautiful farm. On the way back we went through Spanish Lookout and I bought some stuff at the Farmers Trading Center, which is always fun to do!

OK, back to work now!

1 Comments:

At Friday, November 18, 2005 8:37:00 AM , Anonymous Erwin said...

Hallo Jana,

wann gibt es denn eine neue
Ausgabe des BLOGS ?

Gruss

ERwin

 

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