A Northeaster Means Three Days Down. Photography and Text by Keith R Wahl

April 15, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

Running Ahead of The Storm

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RunningAheadOfTheStorm_20191106_D56_0441Running Ahead Of The StormA small fishing boat running ahead of a storm from the Point Judith Harbor of Refuge, Narragansett, Rhode Island. A storm is rolling in from the northwest and is seen overhead and there is a clearing in the east.

On the shoreline of Southern New England, we know what it is when a Northeaster rolls in. It means that we are down for three days while the storm blots out the sun. But we also know that at the end of the three days, a clearing northwest will blow through, and the sun will rise again. So, we are faithful to hunker down through the storm and wait for the rising to come.


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