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December 29, 2004


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The WCU does not believe people belong anywhere.

Loony tunes, huh?

Mummy always said "Look to the animals,"

Very wise words.

Here in Florida the weather can get a bit wild. (polite cough) Several years ago, one night we had the mother-of-all storms. I had NEVER seen non-stop lightning or heard constant thunder like that before, and even after all of the hurricanes this year STILL haven't.

All of a sudden that night, even over the thunder I heard the horses start squeeling and the sound of their hooves as they ran.

By the time I threw on some clothes and got out there through the downpour with a flashlight (the power had been out for hours), they were quiet again. Panting hard, but quiet.

It wasn't until the next morning when the power came back and I turned on one of the radios, that I learned about the twister that had come through, part of its path only about a mile away.

Since then, when the weather's bad I have the weather-alert radio on, but it's any sound from the horses that I really listen for.

(The dogs are useless. One sees even a cloud in the sky and he hides under the bed shaking. The other one isn't much better.)

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