I've posted on the teams and my page about it too. I was at UMass Amherst and we had to go to the basements of our buildings because a funnel cloud was spotted. We were spared any damage thankfully. You did a great job with the pictures. I like the format and the borders and everything. There are so many sad stories coming out of this disaster, and a few good stories of heroism too. It will definitely be with us for years to come. 1850 days ago
I didnt realize you live so close...I live in Chicopee but work in Vernon, CT and drove through Springfield that day right after it has struck....unbelievable the destruction. I hope you and your family are all okay.
I had family strung along the entire 39 miles of tonado path but everyone is ok. After seeing your pictures I am even more thankful. We were in Sturbridge driving on I-84 about 15 minute before it hit there. The sky looked bad but we were unaware of anything. As soon as we reached the Vernon CT boarder the sun was shining again so we stopped to eat. That is where we learned of the events. 1852 days ago
The Governor and 2 state Senators where in the black hawk and landed at the Basketball Hall of Fame. They came from Boston the day after to check for damages and send relief. I live just the other side of Westfield and it was very scary. Thanks for the pictures 1853 days ago
Unbelievable! I live south of Boston and we got lots of thunder, lightning, and rain, but not nearly the wind and destruction you did. I'm glad you're safe. Thanks for sharing! Pioneer Valley is in my prayers 1854 days ago
I'm so sorry :( I also live in MA, but I live north close to the NH border so we didn't get much more than crazy lightning. My husband and I were glued to the TV with all the warnings and footage of tornadoes touching down... My heart & prayers go out to you, your family, and your communities. 1854 days ago
I am so sorry for you and your community. It seems like the midwest is just reeling right now. I live in Nebraska and a lot of out state is either underwater or about to be due to the flooding of the Mississippi. I wish everyone relief and safekeeping. 1854 days ago
Wow Michele! Wow! I am so glad you are safe, and although it is a tragedy you are taking pics of, as always, you are a great photographer! Continue to stay safe out there! Love you! 1854 days ago