Superstorm Sandy Leaves Little in Wake

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The worst I could find was this branch blocking a road.

Gov.  Martin O’Malley was on NPR this morning reporting hundreds of thousands of power outages. While that sounds dramatic, he said he was expecting a million. We were spared. When I went out to check on the damage this morning, fully expecting to find trees down and streets flooded, I happily discovered kids on bikes,

joggers,

 and pet lovers walking the dog.  There was no wind and just a drizzle of rain, and only one traffic light — at Gittings and Bellona — was out.

The flooded part of Ruxton Road that we showed earlier today, has now subsided and is passable.

Graul’s is open too! All the stores — Giant, Rite Aid, Eddie’s — were open, but Starbucks was closed (although employees were inside, so you could get your caffeine fix later, I bet).

I don’t want to be responsible for anyone spinning out on a slippery, leaf-covered road, so stay inside (unless you’re really desperate).  From what I could see from Johns Hopkins Homewood campus all the way up Charles Street to the beltway, it’s not that bad out there.  Other neighborhoods may have a different story to tell (anything near Fells Pt. is sure to be flooded), so please send along pictures from your neck of the woods.

Susan Dunn

Susan Dunn

Susan Gerardo Dunn is the founder of Baltimore Fishbowl.
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