I mean… Tennessee or Wales? We hang out in both: currently in TN where it is cold, periods of sleety rain, frost at night and not much wind, or UK, where currently they have had a continuous line of storms since well before Christmas: the east side of the country is sinking into the sea, and the west side eaten away by ferocious waves generated by powerful winds on high tides… rail lines washed out, trees down and many many square miles of floods, power outages…
The irony here is that the train getting through in the second picture cannot reach its destination because of the damage shown in the first picture. Dawlish seafront, and what they call the ‘Somerset Levels’.
Currently, the scene in Oak Ridge following the scattered snow showers:
So where would you rather be? Actually the post title is misleading since they are both ‘my place’ – but a choice between having your ears blown off or froze off!!
Anyway, the place in Wales is in good hands at present with a little building work going on between the storms. And we’re here Stateside through Easter at least, probably not back in UK until after the first two weeks of the school summer vacation when we are joining a small circus tour briefly.
One definition of ‘our place’ works for both locations – a good gym:
Space for some fun in the sun, too – that would be nice (looking forward!):
Meanwhile, my usual offering of fitness inspiration follows!
It has just occurred to me that there may be people in other parts of the world who have endured far worse weather than the UK is currently experiencing. Please be assured that we recognise the issues of typhoons, hurricanes and the like wherever they occur, and our sympathies are with everyone who has endure that stuff. Our few snow flurries in Oak Ridge right now hardly compare. we wish everyone peace in their lives!
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