Where I live we don't usually get earthquakes either but there have been two little ones. I didn't know what they were until I heard the news. One was when I was a teen and Dad was working on the roof, Mom accused him of jumping up and down on the roof. The last one I was sitting in the kitchen and thought a large truck was going down the street making things rattle
Bonnie from KY aka Deridier Bell aka Ewone M*E Dodo bird A*W Eyeore W*P Pearl the dragon Animal Word for the year is CHANGES Eastern Standard time proud member of Slytherin and Gryffindor winter 5% loss 180
We would not normally get them but back in the 80's we had a small one, I was sitting on inside steps and felt it shake, did not know what it was at the time.very short no damage, It is getting pretty scary out there
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I have been told of 3 earthquakes on the news that I did not feel. I have heard the amazing grinding of a fourth one that was under Lake Ontario... I thought a train had crashed off the tracks. Everyone in the house yelled out, "What is THAT?"
We had no tsunami here on the west coast of Canada, but all day yesterday that had been warnings to stay away from the shores.
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