Thursday, September 5, 2019

ALL IS WELL IN RICHMOND HILL AND SAVANNAH

Spent the night at our Cathedral rectory and really a mild storm for downtown. Never lost electricity. Richmond Hill unscathed too. Spanish Moss is all over the place though!

Continue to pray for those in the Bahamas.

My view from cathedral guest room and a couple of road scenes:







4 comments:

Carol H. said...

Glad that you are okay. Careful with the Spanish moss, I'm sure you are aware that it is full of mites.

Fr Martin Fox said...

Someone needs to do some painting (and probably other things) in the Cathedral rectory.

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

the humidity in Savannah causes all kinds of paint issues in the rectory and the cathedral itself. It is a constant battle. Then outside, you wouldn't believe what grows on our houses and other building requiring pressure washes very frequently!

Anonymous said...

Father Fox beat me to the punch---I was just about to comment on the paint.

And Father M. is right about "what grows" in Savannah---with not that many nights below freezing in a given year (I would be surprised if the temps got that low even for 40 out of 365 nights a year), not much restraining the growth of kudzu, ivy and the like, or keeping snakes and gators at bay! Savannah is not Phoenix or Denver when it comes to humidity!