The Storm of the Century of the Day

Posted 10 years ago by Adam Gautsch

So ice is pretty much kicking Greenville's ass right now. Trees are no match for the ice and everyone is working at the Coffee Underground because it has power, free internet, and food. Seats near a power outlet are as good as gold right now. I staked one out early this morning and haven't left it all day. When I leave, I'm auctioning this bad boy off.

Evan is driving around in circles because every road he tries to go down is blocked by trees or downed powerlines. Besides that, it is just a normal day in Greenville.

Good times.

4 Comments

Jeremy ~ 10 years ago

I spoke with my family today...they were without power in Easley. Sounds like the upstate got a nice blast of winter.

Looking foward to getting back to the upstate from sunny Charleston (HA...yeah right...it's cold and wet here) on Saturday.

Make sure everything is warm by then, k?

nobrainer ~ 10 years ago

We're getting a little winter Hell here too. Not too bad though. Half of campus (including my office) is in the dark. On to plan B: Dos Equis.

Evan Tishuk ~ 10 years ago

I moved to plan C: Drive to Myrtle Beach where there is power and internet. (Heh, I just said "C: Drive." I'm a dork)

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