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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Everything is good here. This was a pretty good shaker, and lasted for a couple mins. The center was across the inlet from us. We had minimal damage to our home that I can see, and only stuff off the shelves in the pantry & out of cabinets. Few pictures fell off the wall. The aftershocks were crazy. Some roads are severely damaged, and fuel shortage. I left only to pick up my daughter from school as they closed the schools right away. Good thing today was my day off. The power was out for most of the day.
    Glad you all are good man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Everything is good here. This was a pretty good shaker, and lasted for a couple mins. The center was across the inlet from us. We had minimal damage to our home that I can see, and only stuff off the shelves in the pantry & out of cabinets. Few pictures fell off the wall. The aftershocks were crazy. Some roads are severely damaged, and fuel shortage. I left only to pick up my daughter from school as they closed the schools right away. Good thing today was my day off. The power was out for most of the day.
    Awesome, saw the quake happened and saw pictures of the damage this morning and immediately came here to see if you were alright.

    Glad it wasn't too bad in your neck of the woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    Awesome, saw the quake happened and saw pictures of the damage this morning and immediately came here to see if you were alright.

    Glad it wasn't too bad in your neck of the woods.
    We've had over 200 earthquakes in this area since yesterday morning's 7.0..... https://earthquake.alaska.edu/earthquakes You try to go to sleep, then the house will start shaking, so last night was a rough night sleep. You can hear them coming. I'm counting my blessings if that's the worse for us. Some geologist say this will go on for a couple weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    We've had over 200 earthquakes in this area since yesterday morning's 7.0..... https://earthquake.alaska.edu/earthquakes You try to go to sleep, then the house will start shaking, so last night was a rough night sleep. You can hear them coming. I'm counting my blessings if that's the worse for us. Some geologist say this will go on for a couple weeks.
    Yikes man, no bueno.

    We've had a lot of earthquakes here in Kansas lately too, but they are so minor you can't feel them. Hope it all dies down soon man.

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    Funny! As I sit here, I feel the constant vibration from the mini earthquakes occurring. They've been going off every few minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Funny! As I sit here, I feel the constant vibration from the mini earthquakes occurring. They've been going off every few minutes.

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    That’s crazy.
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    Glad you and your family is good Nomad. How are the rest of the houses on the street?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTerror218 View Post
    Glad you and your family is good Nomad. How are the rest of the houses on the street?
    I believe the houses here held up fairly well. The schools have gotten jacked up pretty good. My daughter is out of school until Dec 10, so crews can get in there and make the needed repairs. The off ramp by Mirror Lake caved in, and the bridges received some damaged. On ramp at Minnesota heading to airport got jacked up too. We've had over a 1000 mini earthquakes since the 7.0. The consistent shaking is driving my wife nuts. LoL.

    BTW.....we're moving in the summer back to Wash state. My wife has had enough of Alaska, and the Air Force will move us.
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    Night Terror.....this is by Alpenglow Elementary area. Looks like the house sunk down. https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/anch...wdPMpAMrBHGXyI

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    That house is not habitable. It should be condemned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor View Post
    That house is not habitable. It should be condemned.
    Alaskans are a tough lot, they’ll be ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davii View Post
    Alaskans are a tough lot, they’ll be ok.
    Haha, right?!

    They’ll just use the failure in the foundation as an extra entrance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    I believe the houses here held up fairly well. The schools have gotten jacked up pretty good. My daughter is out of school until Dec 10, so crews can get in there and make the needed repairs. The off ramp by Mirror Lake caved in, and the bridges received some damaged. On ramp at Minnesota heading to airport got jacked up too. We've had over a 1000 mini earthquakes since the 7.0. The consistent shaking is driving my wife nuts. LoL.

    BTW.....we're moving in the summer back to Wash state. My wife has had enough of Alaska, and the Air Force will move us.
    Glad to hear.
    My buddy's parent live a couple blocks from you and his house is in really bad shape, entire chimney came down.

    Been 3 years since we moved from there. Wife is happier for sure.

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    My daughter’s school is being closed due to structural issues.

    https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/educ...-quake-damage/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    My daughter’s school is being closed due to structural issues.

    https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/educ...-quake-damage/
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