Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Pause For Thought

I have not felt any of these. I guess I will have to start paying attention!


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  1. You're not going to feel it unless it's at least a 3.0 and then you need to be fairly still. You would possibly feel a 2.5 if it was right under you but typically anything smaller than a 3.0 doesn't move enough to notice.

    Once you get to 3.5 then you start to notice it more and 4.0 is a decent little shake. A 4 will wake you up if you're a light sleeper and 4.5 will as long as you're not a heavy sleeper.

    Anything 5.0 and above will get your attention in a hurry.

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    1. Interesting. I thought I had only experienced one earthquake in my life, a 6.7 in 2011 but we were 160 KM away from the source but it seems that there are earthquakes and there are earthquakes. I have obviously been in more than I know.

      http://croftsmexico.blogspot.com/2011/09/earthquake-67.html

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  2. Hmmmm ….. maybe time to put some distance between you and the fault once you are paid up there…….

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    1. Ah, what's the worse that could happen?

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  3. Getting out of bed in an RV is close to a 3.5. Sylvia's not very heavy, but Man, can she shake a trailer!

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    1. I am not going to comment on that Rod... "If the trailer's a-rockin....."

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    2. You are a brave man to say that, Rod! I'd be a shakin' in my boots if I ever said that about Paulette! Whew!

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  4. I guessed we miss a few too while we were there as well.
    But the weather is so nice, and the hot pools, love it!

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