Sunday, November 6, 2011


As some of you may have heard, there were two earthquakes in the Central Oklahoma area on Saturday, along with numerous aftershocks.  One of these was the strongest earthquake on record in Oklahoma, 5.7 on the Richter scale.  There are numerous reports of damage showing up on the news.

We got lucky and survived the ordeal with no injuries but there was damage at our house.  Here is the worst of it.


Two days later there was another earthquake but this one was even better.  This earthquake ocurred while we were in the middle of a tornado watch.  There was a large tornado in the southwestern part of the state, then we had flash flooding and there were reports of baseball sized hail.  What's next, tsunamis and locusts?

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