I spent quite a while today confused about why the flooding was so bad in VT—and not in NH. My sense of geography is not the best, as I tend to think of those two states as joined at the hip, as it were—at least sharing a river. As in, place where rainwater drains from the landscape.
Late in the afternoon, I finally investigated, just a bit, discovering that the track of the center of the storm went through VT—and not NH, hence the differential.
All of this pales when I consider The Real World.
30 August 2011 at 12:24 pm
kayak woman says:
Despite the fact that, as a child, I probably put my beloved wooden United Snakes puzzle together about a billion times, I admit that *I* had to look at a map to determine whether Vermont was east or west of New Hampshire.