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Walked over the Williamsburg Bridge today to get to Brooklyn because
the bus lines were several blocks long. I tried to calculate the
distance i have walked over the last 3 days and i think it’s close to
14 miles (and counting). Feels good to walk and get out of a very,
very cold apartment (looking for the positives :)).

Sitting in an apartment that has power and heat which is a nice
change. Just heard that it may not be until Saturday that power is
restored to my part of the Lower East Side. Sigh. Better than another
week though?

Thanks again for all the kind messages and comments everyone.

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Hurricane Sandy New York City

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Williamsburg Bridge - New York City

Walked over the Williamsburg Bridge today to get to Brooklyn because
the bus lines were several blocks long. I tried to calculate the
distance i have walked over the last 3 days and i think it’s close to
14 miles (and counting). Feels good to walk and get out of a very,
very cold apartment (looking for the positives :)).

Sitting in an apartment that has power and heat which is a nice
change. Just heard that it may not be until Saturday that power is
restored to my part of the Lower East Side. Sigh. Better than another
week though?

Thanks again for all the kind messages and comments everyone.

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View the rest of the posts about Hurricane Sandy in NYC on this blog here:

Hurricane Sandy New York City

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Hurricane Sandy debris on Delancey Street on Monday morning. Lower East Side, New York City. 

Tons of debris seen earlier this morning looking down Delancey Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The wind was pretty harsh at that time and it’s even more brutal now. A huge wind gust just literally shook my entire apartment (I live on the 5th floor of a very, very old walk-up).

Just got a robo-call from Con Ed saying that power may be shut off here on the Lower East Side. If I don’t update again for a while, that’s why. Stay safe all! 

In case you missed my earlier post, you can catch me on my Twitter mainly (unless the power goes totally out everywhere) until the middle of this week unless I have to go out for some completely insane reason.

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Hurricane Sandy New York City

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Hurricane Sandy debris on Delancey Street on Monday morning. Lower East Side, New York City.

Tons of debris seen earlier this morning looking down Delancey Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The wind was pretty harsh at that time and it’s even more brutal now. A huge wind gust just literally shook my entire apartment (I live on the 5th floor of a very, very old walk-up).

Just got a robo-call from Con Ed saying that power may be shut off here on the Lower East Side. If I don’t update again for a while, that’s why. Stay safe all!

In case you missed my earlier post, you can catch me on my Twitter mainly (unless the power goes totally out everywhere) until the middle of this week unless I have to go out for some completely insane reason.

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Hurricane Sandy New York City

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Looking down Delancey Street towards the Williamsburg Bridge during the beginning of Hurricane Sandy on Monday morning. Lower East Side, New York City.

Usually there are tons of cars and traffic at this time of morning coming off and going on to the bridge. I assume the bridges will be shut down at some point this afternoon. For now, a few cars are passing over the bridge. The winds are kicking up and the rain is a light mist.

Just went out to see if anything was open (it was: Dunkin Donuts on Delancey!). It’s quite a scene out there already though. In my apartment now waiting for the worst to hit this afternoon.

In case you missed my earlier post, you can catch me on my Twitter mainly until the middle of this week unless I have to go out for some completely insane reason.

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Hurricane Sandy New York City

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Looking down Delancey Street towards the Williamsburg Bridge during the beginning of Hurricane Sandy on Monday morning. Lower East Side, New York City.

Usually there are tons of cars and traffic at this time of morning coming off and going on to the bridge. I assume the bridges will be shut down at some point this afternoon. For now, a few cars are passing over the bridge. The winds are kicking up and the rain is a light mist.

Just went out to see if anything was open (it was: Dunkin Donuts on Delancey!). It’s quite a scene out there already though. In my apartment now waiting for the worst to hit this afternoon.

In case you missed my earlier post, you can catch me on my Twitter mainly until the middle of this week unless I have to go out for some completely insane reason.

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Hurricane Sandy New York City

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Angry Hurricane Sandy storm clouds over the Lower East Side, New York City

Had to go out and pick up a few essential last minute items. This was the scene I saw on the way back to my apartment. Those clouds are pretty ominous!

In case you missed my earlier post, you can catch me on my Twitter until the middle of this week unless I have to go out for some completely insane reason.

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Hurricane Sandy New York City

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Angry Hurricane Sandy storm clouds over the Lower East Side, New York City

Had to go out and pick up a few essential last minute items. This was the scene I saw on the way back to my apartment. Those clouds are pretty ominous!

In case you missed my earlier post, you can catch me on my Twitter until the middle of this week unless I have to go out for some completely insane reason.

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View the rest of the posts about Hurricane Sandy in NYC on this blog here:

Hurricane Sandy New York City

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