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  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2019 20:06:24 +0100
A comment I would like to make, those of us that went through Irma, Maria, Louis and Hugo in one way or another, went through small beer compared with Dorian in the Bahamas (with possibly the exception of Barbuda and Irma and Puerto Rico during Maria)  the damage has been horrendous the death toll (yet to be revealed) appalling.  We thought we had been through a hard time, but we didn't have the horrors that The Abacos and Grand Bahama are experiencing. Now looking back we had it relatively easy. The message of this post is build stronger, be prepared, and remember that all the Islands of the Caribbean support you. As I have said before, it could happen to any of us.
My best to all,
JH
Little Bay Barn
P.S. Much gratitude to Gert and Dave  for the information on Stormcarib.com
it is an amazing site and I am humbled to be a very small part of it.

- Calm Seas
  • By "Jed Lindblad" <jedsshed at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2019 11:46:29 -0400

There has been little to no breeze here for the past few days as you can see by extra calm sea. I think the trough of low pressure to our north is sealing all of our wind!

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- Dorian
  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2019 21:23:23 +0100
Just want to say my heart goes out to all the people in the North Bahamas, could happen to any of us at at any time.
Keep alert, keep watching, keep prepared.
Also the Eastern Seaboard of the US.
Prayers,
JH
Little Bay Barn
U.K.
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- PARTING SHOT
  • By "Steve Donahue" <tainos at anguillanet.com>
  • Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2019 09:35:04 -0400

About 4:30, sky opened up, thunder/lightening right overhead, wind gust in mid-30’s, and 0.84 in. of rain.  Oh, and did I mention power out for 2nd time today?  But love the rain!

 

Steve Donahue

tainos at anguillanet.com

 


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- Dorian
  • By "Jed Lindblad" <jedsshed at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2019 08:53:46 -0400

Good morning. According to “The Closest Point of Approach” tool, Dorian passed 108.8 miles south of us at 7:00 AM producing a few showers and some gusty wind conditions. We are fine, still have power and are thankful for the little bit of rain Dorian has brought us so far.

 

My concern now is for our friends and neighbors east of here. The general consensus is that Dorian will increase in intensity due to more favorable conditions and could be a serious threat to the US and British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas and the Eastern US.

 

Stay safe and keep a close eye on this storm.

 

 

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Jed Lindblad

Seafeathers, Anguilla B.W.I.

 

264-235-1945 (Mobile)

904-807-8820 (Vonage)

 

jedsshed at gmail.com

 

 


- Anguilla Green again
  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 18 Aug 2019 22:50:47 +0100
Good Evening to all,
My kindly Canadian neighbour took this pic yesterday, it appears some of my 
trees have survived the drought, thank goodness. He also checked my rain gauge, 
and the Searocks have had 4 1/2 inches of rain since my last post. Carnival has 
been jumping up mightily over the last week or so, and Real Deal won the big 
boat race, so celebration at Sandy Ground. I do hope the storm gods stay 
sleeping, but, if they wake up are we all ready? If not please prepare.
My best to all,
JH
Little Bay Barn 

 

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- Anguilla rain
  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2019 19:55:00 +0100
Good Evening All,
Yesterday my lovely caretaker Isiaih checked my rain gauge, We have had 2 inches in the last couple of days on the Searocks, bearing in mind we had only had half an inch since I left on 14th April, so welcome. 
My compliments to Jane Higgins (St. Thomas) for highlighting the plight of the Dolphins. When Irma came in and destroyed the Dolphin pens in Anguilla, I said Hurrah, hopefully the dolphins were free, but not at all, they had moved them to St.Kitts before Irma arrived. Murphy's law I suppose.
Stay safe and prepared, Things look like they are hotting up.
Best to everyone,
JH
Little Bay Barn

- Still very dry
  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2019 11:25:30 +0100
Good Morning Everyone,
Nothing much to report from Anguilla except still dry dry dry.
I think your bird Frank might be a young Pearly Eyed Thrasher, they have a very rich chirrup and are bold and cheeky. I stand to be corrected though by anyone with better knowledge than I have. Also Isabel's Pulmeria we always called the Wild Frangipani, so am glad to know its proper name.
Praying and hoping for a quiet Hurricane Season.
My best to all,
JH
Little Bay Barn

- Here we go again
  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 1 Jun 2019 19:46:29 +0100
God Evening to Everyone who is  part of, or follows Stormcarib.
Start of another season, I hope we are all prepared, Hope I am, this is the first season since I built my house in 1989 that I actually have hurricane shutters on all my windows, also have a generator winterized ( if that is the right word) in my living room as  I thought it might go walk about if I left it in the garage. We have had NO RAIN on the Searocks, despite the pics from Antigua. It has been overcast but none of the wet stuff. We had rain like that (8 inches in 4 hours) a few years ago but that was in November not June.
I wish all the very best for the coming season,
Joanie Howard
Little Bay Barn
P.S. Many congratulations to Real Deal for winning the Anguilla Day boat race.

- Connections
  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 3 May 2019 23:03:13 +0100
Good Evening all from a cold (46F) North of England. I don't have any weather reports from Anguilla but hope there has been some rain, but just wanted to wish John Fuller well from afar.I don't know John personally except through Stormcarib but his mother was an old girlfriend of my father's way back when and I always stayed with her at The Lord Nelson Club in the old days when I flew through Antigua to Anguilla. Amazing the connections we all have in the Caribbean.
JH
Little Bay Barn

- Goodbye Again
  • By Joanie Howard <joanie.howard1 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2019 15:58:07 +0100
Sadly I had to leave Anguilla last weekend and return to the North of England, I am feeling the cold it was only 34F when I landed in Paris, having left St Martin in 86F.
The rainfall on the Searocks for the whole of March and up to 14 April had only been .84 of an inch, I think they have had more rain in the west end of Anguilla but it won't have been much, also St Martin looked dry as a bone from the ferry going across.
I have had a wonderful 6 months in Anguilla, in fact I think the whole Island has had a good season, judging by the private jets and super yachts and the fact that one had to make a reservation every time in almost all of the restaurants. I was lucky enough to do 40 dives with the wonderful Dougie and Special 'D' Diving, and attach a pic of him and his boat at Dog Island.
The only sad thing is to say how terribly distressing it was to watch Notra Dame Cathedral burn on the TV,  I asked myself what national building burning here would make me cry like the French crowds were in Paris? A terrible tragedy.
I wish all a quiet Hurricane season and a great summer.

JH
Little Bay Barn

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