Mexico/S Kalifornia had a good shake this weekend.
I am 300 miles fron the New Madrid Fault. This whole area is dominated by landforms remaining form past quakes. We are limestone based, water erodes huge caves, earth shakes and ground opens up and swallows entire communities. Not receintly but in the past. They call it Karst formation. Us and Romania are the only ares in the world that have thes features. You will be walking through the woods and come across a huge hole in the ground 100' wade and half mile long, walls so steep you can not climb them and a creek running down the middle of the depression. Big rocks tumbled around in the bottom, that used to be the roof, covered with moss and ferns. A seperate entire ecosystem from the sorrounding area.
I have a plan. I live on a steep hill. When the big one hits my house will slide and tumble down the hill into the creek. If I survive that I plan on running around in circles with my hands up in the air squeeling like a little girl.
This is also my tornado drill.
Anyone have a better plan? I am open to sugestions.
Come to the dark side, we have cookies!