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I thought it was odd when the earthquake hit Cornwall last weekend. But today, when news broke that killer whales were spotted near Padstow? *Cue ‘Twilight Zone’ music* Just what in tarnation is going on in the West Country?
What next? Locusts? Unicorns? Dodos?
Distraught, I turned to ThisistheWestCountry.co.uk for the real scoop.
Strangely enough, I couldn’t find any news about the whales or the earthquake, although I was able to find an interesting story headlined “Man Arrested After Late Night Rant.”
Perhaps, I’ll wake up tomorrow and learn that I’ve just dreamt it all.
An earthquake in Cornwall? Who knew?
Well, apparently they do happen – and one struck the town of Bodmin early Sunday morning, registering 2.2 and lasting a few seconds, according to news reports.
I’ve lived through quite a few earthquakes here in California, but can’t recall anything along a 2.2. It’s the kind of geologic activity that probably doesn’t make big news here and makes me realize that I really am a hardened Californian at heart. I can’t help referencing the earthquake scene in “L.A. Story.”