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Re: Without seeming contentious

When I was first married, my then husband used to fence and kept his
foils hanging on the wall in our bedroom.  We lived in San Francisco.
 Probably 3 times a week, I'd hear those things clanking together in
the night.  At first it was unsettling, but you soon get used to it. 
Minor quakes are part of life if you live in a quake prone
area...it's the big daddies that make you real nervous.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: cathy carpenter <cathyc@rnet.com>
> My first and only experience with an earthquake was during a stay
> Tokyo. I was sleeping peacefully when roused to consciousness by
> bed shaking. Remember thinking "This must be an earthquake" before 
> going back to sleep.
> Cathy
> On Monday, May 24, 2004, at 07:27 PM, james singer wrote:
> > I wish to point out that the vast majority of earthquakes, while
> > to newbies residents and persons out of area, are not
destructive. And 
> > they are very rarely followed by floods, except in the midwest
> > where the bedrock is akin to jello.
> >
> > The Spanish mission at San Juan Batista, California, for example,
> > an 18th century adobe-and-timber structure built unknowingly
right on 
> > top of the San Andraes fault--and it has been shaken over the
> > but never damaged by a tremor or [in new speak] tembler.
> >
> >
> > Island Jim
> > Southwest Florida
> > Zone 10
> > 27.0 N, 82.4 W
> >
> >
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