In my lifetime I’ve seen many Hurricanes and a number of nor’easters that were worse than some of the ‘Hurricanes’. Most ‘old timers’ on the shore say the Hurricane of 1933 was the worst they remember. I’ve been right here since 1885 and weathered all the storms in the last 125 years unscathed. Most were concerned Irene would be a record breaker. She certainly was large enough, over 500 miles wide!
Folks were very worried about Hurricane Irene but once again the unique location of the Eastern Shore of Virginia allowed us to be spared the force of the Hurricane felt in the Carolinas and even NJ and NY.
Power was only out here for less than two hours yesterday and again this morning but has now been restored.
My owner is celebrating with a Sunday morning omelette made from fresh eggs, garden fresh basil, tomatoes and swiss along with fresh peaches.
They just don’t build homes like me anymore. I can add ‘earthquake’ to the things I’ve been through without a scratch. You probably heard there was a 5.8 quake in Virginia this past week. Never thought I’d see the day. You folks better start paying attention. God is trying to tell you something!
Hoping you and yours have fared as well as this lovely Victorian home for sale on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. What are you waiting for? This is a once-in-a-lifetime home whose acquisition will ensure years of unforgettable memories for you and your family and friends.