posted on Mar, 25 2015 @ 10:48 PM
a reply to: Greven
Oddly, More often than not around the 4 states, the tornado's are drawn to I35. Use to live in SE KS and SW MO.. For some reason saw a lot of
tornado's follow the highway.
Did my share of storm chasing, and dodging. Now i live in gods country, SW Montana, surrounded by mountains. Tornado's here are rare , if we are
lucky the state gets one or two a year, and as low as the population is compared to size, most the time they happen out in the middle of no where.
Hope everyone survived. The rest sucks, but it can be replaced.
Odd note. The weirdest tornado i ever followed was one that was N. of Pittsburg Ks. It was following a paved road for a while, and i was about 1/2
mile behind watching, all of a sudden this gray twister, turned white, which puzzled me. as i drove down twords where it was, i saw why. There had
been a big chicken farm, thousands of chickens. It had sucked the feathers off all the chickens. Was so funny seeing those birds walking around with