While listening to the tsunami warnings this morning and the boat harbors asking boat owners to move their vessels out into deeper water, I couldn’t help but think about “my boat.” What happens to the Falls of Clyde when a threat like this one comes over the Civil Defense and other warning systems?
Relatively recently I received an email message about the Falls of Clyde with this YouTube video. I cried. Of course. I almost started again while making sure this link worked. The video kind of shows what many people wanted to have happen to the Falls before the Friends of the Falls of Clyde stepped up to stop it.
I’ve been thinking about sharing this here but there is nothing like the threat of a tidal wave to get someone to their keyboard. Still listening to the news and all of the closed City parks, shopping malls, and golf courses, etc., I’m more worried about the sea vessels getting bashed.
Hmmm… a tsunami moves at the speed of a jet. It’s scheduled to hit the Big Island of Hawai’i at about 11:05 this morning, February 27, 2010, and the rest of the islands in succession after that. Hilo Bay is going to be the lucky recipient of this “event.”
Standing by and worrying about how it will all pan out.
Updated 03/01/2010 – No impact. Civil Defense did a good job. Local media stayed on top of the crisis and kept us informed from start to finish. No panic. There was just a lot of people doing what they felt needed to be done.
Now that Hawai’i is in the clear, I can’t help but think about poor Chile. Google offers some ways to help if you can.