We called Aunt Deanna in NOVA and she was fine but also without power. Tried calling you and your parents but got no answer, just went to voice mail. We are hoping you are all ok especially knowing how windy it normally is on that hill of yours.
We did have a good time on our mystery trip. We didn't know until we'd almost arrived that we'd be staying at Jiminy Peak in Hancock, Massachusetts. The first day we went to the Norman Rockwell Museum and Naumkeag in Stockbridge. We also got a short tour of Tanglewood. Ate lunch at the Red Lion in Stockbridge. On the second day we went north to the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown. Went past Williams College and ate at the Williamstown Inn. Went back to Jiminy Peak for a nap (Nana and I) and then to the Dakota restaurant for dinner and back to Tanglewood to see the _______ Morris Dance Troupe. This wasn't in the Shed but in the Ozawa theater (hope I spelled that right, I don't have access to my notes right now). Rode with all our handicapped fellow travelers from the coach parking to the gate. I'm sorry, but I wasn't much impressed.
A short trip, we left Saturday morning to come home. Although we'd seen the news reports of the storm, we had no idea what we'd find. The level of destruction was about the same as a hurricane in Florida or Alabama.