posted on Jul, 6 2019 @ 09:54 PM
We just purchased a home near Temecula, but we actually live in the LA area. We just took possession of the Temecula home, and are here for a week
or so doing some work. It needs a new foundation, so we didn't want to get earthquake insurance until the new foundation is in, so we'll get a lower
When the first earthquake hit, it was so long and rolling, but we sighed a huge sigh of relief when it was over and no new damage was detected. Then
an even bigger one hit the next day! It really shook us! It rocked and rolled, but it was a whole lot shorted than the first one. We're thanking
out lucky stars there was no structural damage, again... yet.
Now I'm worried that they guy we got to redo our foundation is going to be busy, busy , busy working up north, and we're going to have to wait.
Anyway, both homes are still intact and no structural damage to report, that we know of!
Whew, so far we've been lucky. Fingers crossed!
edit on 6-7-2019 by Sookiechacha because: (no reason given)