After an evening of relentless horizontal rain, fuelled by high winds, calm has been ‘efficiently’ restored. The clean-up operation has transformed the streets of the town, and it is hardly evident we are in mid-autumn — leaves have been swept away, broken trees converted to mulch, the wind has completely abated, and temperatures are so mild it could be spring…
Calm after the storm
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