Photo by Scott Nuzum/Herald Tribune
A storm came through our little town on Friday at about 3:30. Luckily it was south of Linderhof and a few dead tree limbs that fell from the front trees were the only casualties here.
But our Community College and a car dealership suffered extensive damage.
A warm front and a cold front produced a serious storm that seem centered in the southern part of our town. Some say a funnel, some say a microburst, some say high winds!
We are without electricity and may be until Sunday. Between lots of poles being down and a main transformer being damaged, it will take a while to get everything back to normal.
Those folks who were smart enough to have generators are smug right now while the rest of town is learning to live without air conditioning and to read by candlelight!
And although in fall and winter, we love to dine by candlelight, living by candlelight is not romantic!
The towns south and east of us are busier than ever as our residents go there to shop and eat and hook up to wifi. Lots of Bourbon County tags in the parking lots of restaurants, Wal Mart and the supermarkets!
Thankfully, no one was injured from the storm.
We and the corgis are fine! Sometimes it's fun to "camp out" at home!