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One of the hundreds of trees in New Rochelle that blew down during Hurricane Sandy. This large silver maple (Acer saccharinum L.) crashed between two parked cars, leaving both unscathed. Other cars and fences and houses weren't so lucky. About 65% of the households have lost power (including mine) and MetroNorth commuter railroad service is suspended. Will post when I can, but it may be pretty sporadic. [NOTE: The white pine in the side yard held it's ground against Sandy].

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I'm glad you're well, my friend. In Chappaqua we too are powerless. :) Let's be grateful for all that we have, and for every step we take on the Earth.

November 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChris

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