posted on Nov, 6 2011 @ 04:17 PM
reply to post by DarkInsanity
I have been wondering about our bridges too, they are scary enough to drive across without worrying about what all is shaking is doing to what is left
of their support systems.
My dog was really keyed up all day yesterday, pacing and whining and begging for something; but it wasn't to go potty, food, water, or attention. He
freaked out during the earthquake and was doing his full blown coonhound bay for at least 5 minutes afterwards.
Today however he is back to his lazy couch potato self.....I hope this means the earth is calming down, I discovered last night that I am really not a
fan of earthquakes and would really rather not have any more of that size, or god forbid worse!!
Funny story, the night before during the smaller 4.7 my husband though it was our other dog shaking the bed, and I thought the washing machine was
off balance, but it stopped before I could get up to go check it. Last night for a second when it started I thought it was the washing machine
again...until I heard the rumble and it kept getting stronger and stronger.